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### Conditional Statements

• If-then statements are called conditional statements or conditionals.
• The conditional statement: If p, then q.
• Given statements can be written as condition statements in 3 other forms: converse statements, inverse statements, and contrapositive statements
• The converse of a given conditional interchanges the hypothesis and the conclusion. This statement can be true or false. If q, then p.
• The denial of a statement is called a negation. Inverse statements are formed by negating both the hypothesis and conclusion.
• A contrapositive statement is formed by exchanging and negating the hypothesis and conclusion of the given conditional.

## Conditional Statements

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