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2.3: Converse, Inverse, and Contrapositive

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biconditional statement A statement is biconditional if the original conditional statement and the converse statement are both true.
Conditional Statement A conditional statement (or 'if-then' statement) is a statement with a hypothesis followed by a conclusion.
Logically Equivalent A statement is logically equivalent if the "if-then" statement and the contrapositive statement are both true.
premise A premise is a starting statement that you use to make logical conclusions.

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