A conditional statement is a statement written in the form "if, then".
The phrase after the word "if" is called a hypothesis.
The phrase after the word "then" is called the conclusion.
In symbolic form the conditional statement is written as:
Where p is the hypothesis, q is the conclusion, and → implies it is an "if, then" statement.
Hypothesis and Conclusions
Identify the Hypothesis and Conclusion:
Write each statement in "if, then" form:
Truth value of Conditionals
Determine the truth value of the following conditional statements. If it is false, then find a counterexample:
Determine the truth value of the statement below for each set of conditions:
If I sleep for more than 8 hours, then you will be not tired
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