What's an example of a true conditional statement with a true converse?

Jadon Melendez 2022-07-27 Answered
What's an example of a true conditional statement with a true converse?
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Cheyanne Charles
Answered 2022-07-28 Author has 13 answers
If the 3 angles in a triangle are equal to the the 3 angles in another triangle , then the ratos of sides oppposite to the equal angles in the 2 triangles will be same.
Then the triangles are said to be similar
Conversely
If the three sides of one triangle bear the same ratio with the 3 sides of another triangle , then the respective angles in the 2 triangles will be equal . Respective angles mean those corresponding or opposite to the sides in equal ratio
Then the triangles are said to be similar
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Lisa Hardin
Answered 2022-07-29 Author has 2 answers
Conditional - If it is cold, then I will wear my coatConverse - If I wear my coat, then it is cold
Conditional - If you fall in the pond, then you will get wet.Converse - If you are wet, then you fell in the pond.
Conditional - I'll kiss you if the moon is made of green cheese.Converse - If I kiss you, then the moon is made of green cheese.
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