Mix and Match1. Converse a. q  p2. Inverse b. ~q  ~p3. Contrapositive c. ~p  ~qIf p  qApplication1. Use the following ...
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  1. 1. Mix and Match1. Converse a. q  p2. Inverse b. ~q  ~p3. Contrapositive c. ~p  ~qIf p  qApplication1. Use the following conditional statement…If it is a bicycle, then it has two wheels. Give the hypothesis of the conditional statement. Give the conclusion of the conditional statement. “If it has two wheels, then it is a bicycle.” This is the ________ of the given conditional.a) Converseb) Inversec) Contrapositive2. Ella says, “When it rains, I go indoors.” Casey replies, “I play in the rain if there is no lightning.” Rewrite Ella’s statement as an “if, then” statement. Write the Contrapositive of Ella’s statement.

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