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Conditional - An if-then statement that relates a hypothesis, to a conclusion.
Hypothesis - the phrase immediately following the word *if*
Conclusion - the phrase immediately following the word *then*
Truth Value - "true" (t) or "false" (f) according to wether the statement is true or false.
Truth Table - Lists all the possible combinations of truth values for 2 or more statements.
Converse - *q→p*
the statement's hypothesis and conclusion are switched (if q, then p)
Negation - "not"
∼p meaning p is not true
Inverse - nagating both hypothesis and the conclusion of the origional staement. ( if not p then not q )
contrapositive - first write the converse and then negate the hypothesis and conclusion (if ~q, then ~p)
If not q, then not p.
Biconditional - p if and only if q ( compound statement)