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Old 10-21-08, 09:11 PM   #1
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I like rain...

Do you like rain?

Rain = fun

Fun = rain

No rain =/= fun

No fun =/= rain

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Rain = fun
Original Statement

Fun = rain
Converse

No rain =/= fun
Inverse

No fun =/= rain
Contrapositive
The biconditional statement, I suppose, would be "there is rain if and only if there is fun." The converse of the biconditional is "there is fun if and only if there is rain". This holds the same truth value either way, therefore the biconditional is true. As we all know, the contrapositive always holds the same truth value that the original statement does. The converse and inverse appear to also hold the same value in this case.

This is now a geometry lesson.
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Geometry =/= fun
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I hate rain. My central Florida summer was full of the stuff. It made me feel cold and I hate cold. However, after 10 miles or so you don't really feel the difference between being soaked in rain water and being soaked in sweat. But I still prefer sunny days @ around 80 degrees.
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