# Write its converse. If the converse also true, combine the statements as a biconditional If p-> is true, then ~q->~p is true

Write its converse. If the converse also true, combine the statements as a biconditional
If p $\to$ q is true, then $\sim$ q $\to$$\sim$ p is true
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Converse: If $\sim q\to \sim p$ is true, then p \rightarrow q is true
Biconditional: $\sim q\to \sim p$ is true if and only if p $\to$ is true