# Understanding Conditional Statements (Grade 10)

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## Understanding Conditional Statements

1.

An if - then statement is a conditional statement. Every conditional has two parts. The part following the "if" is the hypothesis and the part following the "then" is the conclusion.

- True
- False

2.

A is defined to be true whenever both parts have the same truth value.

3.

Rewrite the following statement in if-then form. Then, identify the hypothesis and the conclusion.

"Numbers that have 2 as a factor are even."

"Numbers that have 2 as a factor are even."

4.

Rewrite the following statement in if-then form. Then, identify the hypothesis and the conclusion.

"An isosceles triangle has two congruent sides."

"An isosceles triangle has two congruent sides."

5.

Which of the following is a conditional statement?

- Amy plays soccer or Bills plays hockey.
- Bill plays hockey when Amy plays soccer.
- If Amy plays soccer, then Bill plays hockey.
- None of the above

6.

A has something else that depends on it or a requirement to make it true.

- condition
- conditional
- hypothesis
- conclusion

7.

Inverse is when you the conditional statement.

- Discuss
- Switch
- Negate
- Switch and Negate

8.

A negation is

- a compound statement formed by joining two or more statements using the word "and".
- a compound statement formed by joining two or more statements using the word "or".
- a statement that has the opposite meaning and truth value of an original statement.
- the result of a truth table.

9.

When you switch and negate a statement it is called the .

- Conditional Statement
- Negation
- Converse
- Contrapositive

10.

The is when you switch the hypothesis and conclusion of a conditional statement.

- converse
- inverse
- half contrapositive
- opposite

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