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Alyssah1025:

What is the converse of the following conditional statement? "If it is sunny, then it is 80° Fahrenheit." Determine the validity of the converse and give a counterexample if the converse is not valid. If it is sunny, then it is 80° Fahrenheit. The converse is valid. If it is 80° Fahrenheit, then it is sunny. The converse is valid. If it is not sunny, then it is not 80° Fahrenheit. The converse is invalid; a counterexample is a day that is not 80° Fahrenheit and not sunny. If it is 80° Fahrenheit, then it is sunny; The converse is invalid; a counterexample is a day that is 80° and cloudy.

surjithayer:

D If it is 80 degree Fahrnheit,then it is sunny;The converse is invalid; a counter example is a day that is 80 degree and cloudy.

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