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Conditionals, Converses, Inverses, and Contrapositives
Hello,

Last class we learned about conditional statements, negations, contrapositives, and inverses. An example of a conditional statement is: If the mouse will run then the cat will chase the mouse. Its inverse is: If the mouse will not run then the cat will not chase the mouse. The converse is: If the cat will chase the mouse then the mouse will run. The contrapositive would be: If the cat will not chase the mouse then the mouse will not run.I just had a great vacation week and I'm not looking forward to school next week.

Bye

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