Good. We're almost done here: Two very quick pages to wrap up.
Let's reiterate: We'll call these "if...then..." and "only if" statements conditional statements or just conditionals.
Take these two examples expressing conditionals that mean the same thing:
1. If there is fire, then there is oxygen.
2. There is fire only if there is oxygen.
First, think about form. Click on the true continuation of
In both 1 and 2, "There is fire" is the ___________.
Now, one of the following is not logically equivalent to
4. If Paul is from Quebec, then he's from Canada.
Click on the one statement that is not equivalent to 4:
REMEMBER: CLICK ON THE STATEMENT MEANING SOMETHING DIFFERENT FROM 4.