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6-31.

In an “If…then…“ statement, the “if” portion is called the hypothesis, while the “then” portion is called the conclusion. For example, in the statement “*If , then *,“ the hypothesis is “

*” while the conclusion is “*

*.”*

Identify the hypothesis and conclusion of each of the following statements. Then decide if you think the statement is true or not. **Justify** your decision.

If

then .If

, then . If Tomas runs at a constant rate of

meters every five seconds, then he will run meters in minute.

Identify the hypothesis and the conclusion.

The statement is true.

Follow the steps in part (a).

Follow the steps in part (a).