MATH SOLVE

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# Use the conditional statement to answer the question.If today is Thursday, then tomorrow is Friday.What is the inverse of the statement?If tomorrow is Friday, then today is Thursday.If tomorrow is not Friday, then today is not Thursday.If today is not Thursday, then tomorrow is Friday.If today is not Thursday, then tomorrow is not Friday.Use the conditional statement to answer the question.If an angle is a right angle, then the angle measures 90°.Are the statement and its contrapositive true?Both the statement and its contrapositive are false.The statement is false, but the contrapositive is true.Both the statement and its contrapositive are true.The statement is true, but the contrapositive is false.Use the conditional statement to answer the question.If today is Monday, then yesterday was Sunday.Can the statement be written as a biconditional statement and why?No, because the statement is true, but its converse is falseNo, because the statement is false, but its converse is trueYes, because the statement and its converse are both trueNo, because the statement and its converse are both false

Accepted Solution

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The answer to the first question is:d.