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Conditional Statement a type of logical statement with two parts- a hypothesis and a conclusion
hypothesis a proposition set forth as an explanation for something
conclusion a result, issue, or outcome
negation the negative of a statement; m<A=30, <A is acute, or m<A is not = 30, <A is not acute
Inverse when you negate the hypothesis and conclusion of a conditional statement
Converse formed by switching the hypothesis and conclusion
Contrapositive when you negate the hypothesis and conclusion of the converse of a conditional statement
Equivalent Statement when two statements are both true or both false
Biconditional Statement a statement that contains the word "if and only if"
Theorem a rule that is proven true with examples