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Conditional Statements: if p then q

Conditional Statements: if p then q

Learning Objectives:
1) Interpret sentences as being conditional statements
2) Write the truth table for a conditional in its implication form
3) Use truth tables to see the disjunctive form of a conditional statement as logically equivalent

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