Chapter 2. Logic and Proofs. 2-2 Conditional Statements. Conditional statements are just that – statements that contain a condition . If p then q p is the Hypothesis and q is the Conclusion Example: If an animal is a robin, then the animal is a bird. Conditionals.
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Logic and Proofs
For something to be true, it must always be true. One case when it is not true, makes the statement false! Look for counterexamples.
(switch p and q and put “not” in front of both of then).