Still learning about conditional statements, I'm now learning about Proofs in the same subject from here: How to make this hypothesis in a negative form?
It's given that I should rewrite the statements these ways, where P is the first half of the statement and Q is the other half:
- A. P -> Q
- B. Q -> P
- C. P <-> Q
And the given statement is:
It is an eagle, it's a bird.
So after some rewriting, it is given that I should make a counterexample of the statements if they are false. Both B and C are false, so I have to rewrite it with some counterexample.
So I rewrote B as:
If it's a bird, then it could be an eagle.
As to the previous:
If it's a bird, then it's an eagle.
I'm not sure if my counterexample fits well with the example statement. What other ways can I write my counterexample?