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If he eats a hamburger, then he will eat two bags of fries.

Which of the following represents the hypothesis in the above conditional statement?

If Jimmy does his chores, then Jimmy will get a big scoop of chocolate ice cream.

Which of the following represents the conclusion in the above conditional statement?

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Conditional statements show that what's true in math may not be true in the real world. This quiz/worksheet will help you test your understanding of how to identify these statements and their components.

In these assessments you'll be tested on the components and structure of:

- Conditional statements
- Conditional statement hypothesis
- Conditional statement conclusions

This quiz and worksheet allows students to test the following skills:

**Problem solving**- use acquired knowledge to solve conditional statement practice problems**Making connections**- use understanding of the concept of conditional statements as they apply to hypothesis and conclusions**Interpreting information**- verify that you can read information regarding what constitutes a conditional statement and interpret it correctly**Knowledge application**- use your knowledge to write your own conditional statement

To learn more about conditional statements, review the accompanying lesson on Conditional Statements in Math. This lesson covers the following objectives:

- Define conditional statement
- Define hypothesis and understand its role in a conditional statement
- Define conclusion and understand its role in a conditional statement
- Differentiate between mathematical and real-world truth as reflected by conditional statements

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Math 102: College Mathematics14 chapters | 108 lessons

- Critical Thinking and Logic in Mathematics 4:27
- Logical Fallacies: Hasty Generalization, Circular Reasoning, False Cause & Limited Choice 4:47
- Logical Fallacies: Appeals to Ignorance, Emotion or Popularity 8:53
- Propositions, Truth Values and Truth Tables 9:49
- Logical Math Connectors: Conjunctions and Disjunctions 3:39
- Conditional Statements in Math 4:54
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