# What is the inverse of a statement

User: What is the inverse of the following conditional statement? "If an integer is even then it is divisible by two." A. If an integer is even then it is divisible by two. B. If an integer is not even then it is divisible by two. C. If an integer is even then it is not divisible by two. D. If an integer is not even then it is not divisible by two.

Weegy: D) If an integer is not even then it is not divisible by two.

dennis003 |Points 1030|

User: What is the negation of the following conditional statement? "If two angles are supplementary then their measures add up to 180 degrees." A. Two angles are not supplementary and their measures do not add up to 180 degrees. B. Two angles are supplementary and their measures do not add up to 180 degrees. C. Two angles are not supplementary and their measures add up to 180 degrees. D. Two angles are supplementary and their measures add up to 180 degrees.

Weegy: B. If two angles are not supplementary then their measures add up to 180 degrees. is the negation of the following conditional statement? "If two angles are supplementary then their measures add up to 180 degrees."

dennis003 |Points 1030|

User: What is the conclusion in the following conditional statement? "If a snake is a copperhead then the snake is venomous." A. The snake is a copperhead. B. The snake is venomous. C. The snake is not a copperhead. D. The snake is not venomous.

Weegy: What is the conclusion in the following conditional statement If a snake is a copperhead then the snake is: - - - Answer is B) The snake is venomous.

taben29 |Points 777|

User: What is the conclusion in the following conditional statement? "If it rains today, the baseball game will be cancelled." A. It did not rain today. B. The baseball game will be cancelled. C. It rained today. D. The baseball game will not be cancelled.

Weegy: B. The baseball game will be cancelled.

stickman |Points 6262|

User: In order to create the inverse of conditional statement "If p then q", it needs to be changed to read A. "if q, then p" B. "if not p, then not q" C. "if not q, then p" D. "if not p, then q"

Weegy:

D. "if not p, then q"

eikcid |Points 1344|

User: "A parallelogram is a rectangle if and only if it has a right angle." If this statement is true, then which of the following statements must also be true? A. A parallelogram is not a rectangle if and only if it does not have a right angle. B. A parallelogram is a rectangle if and only if it does not have a right angle. C. A parallelogram is not a rectangle if and only if it has a right angle. D. A parallelogram has a right angle if and only if it is not a rectangle.

Weegy: A kite does NOT have two pairs of parallel sides, answer is letter A. [ ]

MilkyWay81 |Points 160|

User: "An integer is negative if and only if it is less than zero." If this statement is true, then which of the following statements must also be true? A. An integer is negative if and only if it is not less than zero. B. An integer is not negative if and only if it is less than zero. C. An integer is not negative if and only if it is not less than zero. D. An integer is less than zero if and only if it is not negative.

Weegy: An integer is not negative if and only if it is not less than zero

User: "A polygon is convex if and only if a segment connecting any two vertices never passes through the exterior of the polygon." If this statement is true, then which of the following statements must also be true? A. A segment connecting any two vertices of a polygon never passes through the exterior of a polygon if and only if the polygon is not convex. B. A polygon is not convex if and only if a segment connecting any two vertices never passes through the exterior of the polygon. C. A polygon is convex if and only if a segment connecting any two vertices never passes through the interior of the polygon. D. A polygon is not convex if and only if a segment connecting any two vertices passes through the exterior of the polygon.

Weegy: D. A polygon is not convex if and only if a segment connecting any two vertices passes through the exterior of the polygon.