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# Given the statement "If Jack's pet is a pig, then Jack's pet cannot fly," which statement represents the converse?GOO9 - p, where p = Jack's pet is a pig and q = Jack's pet cannot flyo q- ~p, where p = Jack's pet cannot fly and q = Jack's pet is a pigp - q, where p = Jack's pet is a pig and q = Jack's pet cannot flyoq - p, where p = Jack's pet is not a pig and q = Jack's pet is a pigIntroDone

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Answer:q ----> pp=Jack's pet is a pig and q=Jack's pet cannot flyStep-by-step explanation:we know thatThe converse of a conditional statement is created when the hypothesis and conclusion are reversedIn this problem The conditional statement is"If Jack's pet is a pig, then Jack's pet cannot fly,"The hypothesis is "If Jack's pet is a pig"The conclusion is "Jack's pet cannot fly"If p then qp -----> qp=Jack's pet is a pigq=Jack's pet cannot flyFind out the converseSwitching the hypothesis and conclusion of a conditional statementIf q then pq -----> pq=Jack's pet cannot flyp=Jack's pet is a pigThe converse is"If Jack's pet cannot fly, then Jack's pet is a pig"thereforeq ----> pp=Jack's pet is a pig and q=Jack's pet cannot fly