Conditional Statements Reading Activity Read pg 33 – 34 and answer the following questions. 1. What is another name for if-then statements? 2. Give an example of an if – then statement. 3. What letter do mathematicians use to signify hypothesis? 4. What letter do mathematicians use to signify conclusion? 5. A general example of a conditional statement is: If p, then q. What is a converse and how would you write it using p and q. 6. Make up a conditional statement and write the converse. Conditional: Converse: 7. What makes an if-then statement false? 8. How many counterexamples does it take to disprove a statement? 9. What do you call a statement where the conditional and its converse are both true and they are combined into a single statement? Do the CLASSROOM EXERCISES on pg 34 on the back of this worksheet.