Negating Conditions with Logical Opposites

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Now that you have logical opposites in hand, let’s take a close look at some uses for it. You may have noticed that a few tasks we have done—making contrapositives and converting certain statements into diagram form—required you to take conditions that were initially expressed as a positive and convert them into negative. Hopefully, so

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