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Conditional Statement
If and then statement; the original sentence
hypothesis
the part following the "if"
conclusion
the part following the "then"
truth value
when you determine whether a conditional is true or false.
biconditional
when a conditional and its converse are true, you combine them as a conditional
negation
a statement that uses this, turns out with the opposite meaning
inverse
negates both the hypothesis and the conclusion
contrapositive
interchanges and negates both the hypothesis and the conclusion
converse
interchanges the hypothesis and the conclusion