The reverse and negation of an if-then statement is as follows:if (...) then statement;reversed becomesif (not (...)) then statement;
Figurative statement is a statement, used in a way, different from the usual meaning.
A simple example of a conditional statement is: If a function is differentiable, then it is continuous. An example of a converse is: Original Statement: If a number is even, then it is divisible by 2. Converse Statement: If a number is divisible by 2, then it is even. Keep in mind though, that the converse of a statement is not always true! For example: Original Statement: A triangle is a polygon. Converse Statement: A polygon is a triangle. (Clearly this last statement is not true, for example a square is a polygon, but it is certainly not a triangle!)
No. Not if it is a true statement. Identities and tautologies cannot have a counterexample.
it is a type of statement to know the enquire the detail of a account...
Introduction Opening Objective Preview Body Key point 1 Supporting material Transition statement Key point 2 Supporting material Transition statement Key point 3 Supporting material Transition statement Closing Summary To do
Why do some items get "special presentation" on the income statement
A generalised statement.
Well.... let's see. 1. Topic Sentence 2. Supporting Sentences 3. Conclusion Statement The conclusion statement follows the supporting sentences.
What are the merits of financial statements presentation?
A theorem is a statement that has been proven by other theorems or axioms.
You are obviously blessed to have such a mother! Understand that this is a critique of your thesis statement, and not of your mother. If you are proposing that your mother is the most spectacular mother in Florida, then your reasoning doesn't come close to supporting it. You want to make a statement and then offer clear evidence supporting the statement. You can't possibly know enough about all Florida mothers to support your claim, although from your vantage point your statement is in fact beyond challenge. Think of a statement for which you can gather supporting arguments which might persuade a person who originally doesn't agree, or at least gives that person reason to re-assess.
Not if supporting your thesis statement was part of the assignment.