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Conditional Statements

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lena holstein

on 20 September 2013

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Transcript of Conditional Statements

Conditional Statements
Nickleback
If Everyone Cared
If everyone shared and swallowed their pride, then we'd see the day nobody died.
If we see the day that nobody died, then we everyone shared, and swallowed their pride.
Inverse
If everyone didn't share or swallow their pride, then we won't see the day nobody died.
By Lena Holstein and Annie Enders
Hypothesis
-If everyone shared and swallowed their pride...
Conclusion
-Then we'd see the day when nobody died.
Converse
contrapositive
If we didn't see the day when nobody died, then we didn't share and swallow our pride.
bioconditional
Counterexample
If everyone shared and swallowed their pride, then we'd see the day nobody died.
False- people can die of natural disasters, or natural deaths.
Everyone shared and swallowed their pride, then nobody would die.
Original Statement
we will see the day when everyone shares and swallows their pride, if and only if, nobody died.
True- if everyone cared, then nobody would die.
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