# Logic SOL Review Inverse, Converse, Contrapositive - Riverbend HS Question Preview (ID: 31142)

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**What is the converse of the given conditional statement: If you study hard, then you will pass your geometry SOL.**

a) If you do not pass your geometry SOL, then you did not study hard.

b) If you pass your geometry SOL, then you studies hard.

c) If you do not study hard, then you will not pass your geometry SOL.

d) If you do not study hard, you will pass you geometry SOL.

**What is the contrapositive of the given conditional statement: If you study hard, then you will pass your geometry SOL.**

a) If you do not pass your geometry SOL, then you did not study hard.

b) If you pass your geometry SOL, then you studies hard.

c) If you do not study hard, then you will not pass your geometry SOL.

d) If you do not study hard, you will pass you geometry SOL.

**What is the inverse of the given conditional statement: If you study hard, then you will pass your geometry SOL.**

a) If you do not pass your geometry SOL, then you did not study hard.

b) If you pass your geometry SOL, then you studies hard.

c) If you do not study hard, then you will not pass your geometry SOL.

d) If you do not study hard, you will pass you geometry SOL.

**What is the contrapositive of the given conditional statement: If you earn a D, then your parents are not happy.**

a) If you did not earn a D, then your parents are happy.

b) If your parents are not happy, then you earned a D.

c) If you parents are happy, then you did not earn a D.

d) If your parents are not happy, then you did not earn a D.

**What is the inverse of the given conditional statement: If you earn a D, then your parents are not happy.**

a) If you did not earn a D, then your parents are happy.

b) If your parents are not happy, then you earned a D.

c) If you parents are happy, then you did not earn a D.

d) If your parents are not happy, then you did not earn a D.

**What is the converse of the given conditional statement: If you earn a D, then your parents are not happy.**

a) If you did not earn a D, then your parents are happy.

b) If your parents are not happy, then you earned a D.

c) If you parents are happy, then you did not earn a D.

d) If your parents are not happy, then you did not earn a D.

**What is the contrapositive of the given conditional statement: If it is not an apple, then it is a pear.**

a) If it is an apple, then it is not a pear.

b) If it is not a pear, then it is an apple.

c) If it is not an apple, then it is not a pear.

d) If it is a pear, then it is not an apple.

**What is the converse of the given conditional statement: If it is not an apple, then it is a pear.**

a) If it is not a pear, then it is an apple.

b) If it is a pear, then it is not an apple.

c) If it is not an apple, then it is not a pear.

d) If it is an apple, then it is not a pear.

**What is the Inverse of the given conditional statement: If it is not an apple, then it is a pear.**

a) If it is not an apple, then it is not a pear.

b) If it is an apple, then it is not a pear.

c) If it is a pear, then it is not an apple.

d) If it is not a pear, then it is an apple.

**What is the contrapositive of the given conditional statement: If you are in computer programming, then you are having fun.**

a) If you are not in computer programming, then you are having fun.

b) If you are having fun, then you are in computer programming.

c) If you are not having fun, then you are not in computer programming.

d) If you are not in computer programming, then you are not having fun.

**What is the Inverse of the given conditional statement: If you are in computer programming, then you are having fun.**

a) If you are not in computer programming, then you are having fun.

b) If you are having fun, then you are in computer programming.

c) If you are not having fun, then you are not in computer programming.

d) If you are not in computer programming, then you are not having fun.

**What is the converse of the given conditional statement: If you are in computer programming, then you are having fun.**

a) If you are not in computer programming, then you are having fun.

b) If you are having fun, then you are in computer programming.

c) If you are not having fun, then you are not in computer programming.

d) If you are not in computer programming, then you are not having fun.

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