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How do we solve logic problems using conditionals?

When making a conditional there is a rule we have to remember
which is ,
* **If** hypotenuse **then** conclusion
**Example: **
** * **If the light is red, then the car will stop
* If it is not raining, then i will take my umbrella
When sovling the conditional to a inverse you have to,
* if *not* hypotenuse then __not__ conclusion.
**Example: **
* conditional- if i walk all day then i am tired
* inverse- if i do not walk all day then i am not tired
Solving a conditional to a converse,
*switch the hypotenuse and the conclusion.
**Example:**
*** **conditional - if i walk all day then i am tired
* inverse- if i am tired then i walk all day

Solving a conditional to a contrapositive (logical equivalent) follow this rule,

* if *not* **conclusion** then *not Hypotenuse*

**Example: **

** * **concditional- if i walk all day then i am tired

* contrapositive- if i am not tired, then i did not walk all day
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