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27 August, 03:04

Which of the following is the converse of the statement,"if we go to the ocean, then I will go for a swim"?

A. If i go for a swim, then we will go to the ocean.

B. If we do not go to the ocean, then I will not go for a swim.

C. If we go to the ocean, then I will not go for a swim.

D. if we do not go to the ocean then I will go for a swim

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  1. 27 August, 03:33
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    Answer: A. If i go for a swim, then we will go to the ocean.

    Step-by-step explanation:

    We know that the general form of converse of a conditional statement "p then q" is "q then p", here p denotes the hypothesis and q denotes the conclusion in a conditional statement.

    The given conditional statement : "if we go to the ocean, then I will go for a swim"

    Here, p="we go to the ocean"

    q="I will go for a swim"

    Now, interchange the hypothesis and conclusion, then the required converse statement will be : - "If we do not go to the ocean, then I will not go for a swim."
  2. 27 August, 05:02
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    C.

    Step-by-step explanation:

    Because its flipped then the if - not is put there
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