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Oops my bad Lupe sorry I typed tht when I was half asleep XD after I came back from my vaca

And srry if I assumed someone’s gender and for wat I typed

Lupe i wouldn’t mine a thing tht u put on here as long as it’s alright with everyone else.

@lupe it’s totally fine with me

Ok thx ^.^

@Nero: I was wondering if you knew their gender lol

I will do my English notes tomorrow because we didn’t finish them and I would like to have completed notes.

Geometry Notes:

Conditional Statement: a statement written as “if.. then..”

-Symbol: ->

Hypothesis: the part that follows “if”

Conclusion: the part that follows “then”

Equation: p->q. If p, then q. P= hypothesis and q= conclusion.

Converse: switch the order of the hypothesis and conclusion.

Inverse: Negates (the opposite) the hypothesis and conclusion.

Contrapositive: Switch and negate the hypothesis and conclusion. The contrapositive statement is the only way that keeps the statement valid.

Biconditional: The statement in the form “if and only if..”

-Symbol:

Negate: To make a statement say the opposite.

-Symbol: ~

Therefore: A word written before the conclusion.

-Symbol: ∴

Conjunction: Connects two statements with the word “and.”

-Symbol: Λ

Disjunction: Connects two statements with the word “or.”

-Symbol: V

Example sentences:

P: They shift.

Q: They are werewolves.

Conditional: If they shift, then they are werewolves. (p-> q)

Converse: If they are werewolves, then they shift. (q-> p)

Inverse: If they don’t shift, then they are not werewolves. (~p-> ~q)

Contrapositive: If they are not werewolves, then they don’t shift. (~q-> ~p)

When switching the p’s and q’s around, don’t move the if or then.

Bi-conditional: They shift if and only if they are werewolves. (pq)

∴ p = Therefore they shift.

∴ ~ p = Therefore they don’t shift.

Bi-conditional symbol:

⟷ = The bi-conditional symbol, which hopefully posts.

Woah. It completely erases the symbol.. basically it’s a double sided arrow.

Lol Lupe relax a lil bit

Is anyone on tht I can ask about werewolves?