For this Discussion, follow these three steps:

First, write an example of a conditional statement that you may hear in your everyday conversations. Do the following for this conditional statement:

a. Identify the hypothesis.

b. Identify the conclusion.

c. Explain whether you think the statement is true.

d. Write the converse statement.

e. Explain whether you think the converse is true.

Second, write another example of a conditional statement that you may hear in your everyday conversations. Do the following for this conditional statement:

a. Identify the hypothesis.

b. Identify the conclusion.

c. Explain whether you think the statement is true.

d. Write the converse statement.

e. Explain whether you think the converse is true.

Third, write one example of a biconditional statement. Then do the following.

a. Explain why you think the statement is true.

Note: Be sure to number your responses for each question, like this: 1, 1a, 1b, 1c, 1d, 1e; 2, 2a, 2b, 2c, 2d, 2e; and 3, 3a.

“If it rains, then there are clouds”true.false.trueFalsetrue.What is a conditional statement?propositionsP and Q, aconditional statementis:conditional statementis:hypothesisis the first proposition, which is “it rains”conclusionis the second proposition “there are clouds”converse statementis:statementis clearly false, because not always that there are clouds in the sky there is rain.conditional statementcould be:hypothesisis “a number is larger than 5”conclusionis “a number is larger than 3”converse statementis:counterexampleis 4, which is larger than 3 but not larger than 5.statementis clearlytrue, as that is the definition of an even number.conditional statements: