Question

# When taking the converse, we ___________ the hypothesis and conclusion.

- Negate
- Switch
- Highlight
- Switch and negate

Hint:

### The converse of "If it rains, then they cancel school" is "If they cancel school, then it rains."

## The correct answer is: Switch

### To form the converse of the conditional statement, interchange the hypothesis and the conclusion.

Hence, the correct option is C.

To form the converse of the conditional statement, interchange the hypothesis and the conclusion.

### Related Questions to study

### What is the biconditional statement of the following conditional statement?

“If Shelly lives in Texas, then she lives in the United States.”

### What is the biconditional statement of the following conditional statement?

“If Shelly lives in Texas, then she lives in the United States.”

### Conditional: If Maria gets married, then the reception will be at the country club.

What is this statement: If the reception is at the country club, then Maria will be getting married.

### Conditional: If Maria gets married, then the reception will be at the country club.

What is this statement: If the reception is at the country club, then Maria will be getting married.

### To write the converse, you negate both the hypothesis and the conclusion.

To form the inverse of the conditional statement, take the negation of both the hypothesis and the conclusion.

### To write the converse, you negate both the hypothesis and the conclusion.

To form the inverse of the conditional statement, take the negation of both the hypothesis and the conclusion.

### Given, "If angles are congruent, then the measures of the angles are equal." Identify the converse.

### Given, "If angles are congruent, then the measures of the angles are equal." Identify the converse.

### Given, "If I have a Siberian Husky, then I have a dog." Identify the conclusion.

### Given, "If I have a Siberian Husky, then I have a dog." Identify the conclusion.

### Given, "If I have a Siberian Husky, then I have a dog." Identify the hypothesis.

### Given, "If I have a Siberian Husky, then I have a dog." Identify the hypothesis.

### Given, "If I have a Siberian Husky, then I have a dog." Identify the contrapositive.

### Given, "If I have a Siberian Husky, then I have a dog." Identify the contrapositive.

### Given, "If I have a Siberian Husky, then I have a dog." Identify the inverse.

### Given, "If I have a Siberian Husky, then I have a dog." Identify the inverse.

### Given, "If I have a Siberian Husky, then I have a dog." Identify the converse.

### Given, "If I have a Siberian Husky, then I have a dog." Identify the converse.

### Complete using one of the choices below: If two planes have two common points

𝐴 and 𝐵, then they ______.

**Note that** if **two given planes** **intersect**, then they **always intersect at a straight line**.

Therefore, if the two planes have two common points 𝐴 and 𝐵, then they intersect at line AB.

### Complete using one of the choices below: If two planes have two common points

𝐴 and 𝐵, then they ______.

**Note that** if **two given planes** **intersect**, then they **always intersect at a straight line**.

Therefore, if the two planes have two common points 𝐴 and 𝐵, then they intersect at line AB.

### What does it mean for two lines to be considered skew?

**Note that** **two lines** that lie on **two different planes** **may** also be **parallel**.

### What does it mean for two lines to be considered skew?

**Note that** **two lines** that lie on **two different planes** **may** also be **parallel**.

### Which of the following statements is true about the two planes?

### Which of the following statements is true about the two planes?

### Read the following conditional statement: If Siddharth does his homework, then he gets his weekly allowance.

What is the conclusion?

**Note that** a **conditional statement** is not always in the form "**If-then**", for example, "**All natural numbers are integers**". This is a **conditional statement** but not in the form of "**If-then**". But it can be rewritten in the form "**If-then**" as follows: "**If a number is a natural number, then it is an integer.**"

### Read the following conditional statement: If Siddharth does his homework, then he gets his weekly allowance.

What is the conclusion?

**Note that** a **conditional statement** is not always in the form "**If-then**", for example, "**All natural numbers are integers**". This is a **conditional statement** but not in the form of "**If-then**". But it can be rewritten in the form "**If-then**" as follows: "**If a number is a natural number, then it is an integer.**"

### Read the following conditional statement: If Siddharth does his homework, then he gets his weekly allowance.

What is the hypothesis?

If the statement is in the form “if A, then B” then here A is the hypothesis and B is the conclusion.

### Read the following conditional statement: If Siddharth does his homework, then he gets his weekly allowance.

What is the hypothesis?

If the statement is in the form “if A, then B” then here A is the hypothesis and B is the conclusion.

### Read the following conditional statement: If it is raining, then Kangana has her umbrella up.

Write the contrapositive of the statement.

If the statement is in the form “if A, then B” here the converse of the statement will be “if B, then A” whereas in inverse the statement will be “if not A, then not B” and in contrapositive the statement will be “if not B, then not A”.

### Read the following conditional statement: If it is raining, then Kangana has her umbrella up.

Write the contrapositive of the statement.

If the statement is in the form “if A, then B” here the converse of the statement will be “if B, then A” whereas in inverse the statement will be “if not A, then not B” and in contrapositive the statement will be “if not B, then not A”.