## What are the 5 conditional statements?

5 Types of Conditional Sentences

Conditional sentence type | When to use |
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Type 1 | A possible situation and the result |

Type 2 | A hypothetical condition and its possible result |

Type 3 | An impossible past situation and its result in the past |

Mixed Conditionals | An impossible past situation and its result in the present |

**When a condition in an if-then?**

The if / then statement is a conditional statement that executes its sub-statement, which follows the then keyword, only if the provided condition evaluates to true: if x < 10 then x := x+1; In the above example, the condition is x < 10 , and the statement to execute is x := x+1 .

**What is an example of an if-then statement?**

Sally eats a snack if she is hungry. In if-then form, the statement is If Sally is hungry, then she eats a snack. The hypothesis is Sally is hungry and the conclusion is she eats a snack.

### What is if-then statement?

Hypotheses followed by a conclusion is called an If-then statement or a conditional statement. This is noted as. p→q. This is read – if p then q. A conditional statement is false if hypothesis is true and the conclusion is false.

**What are if/then statements?**

A conditional statement (also called an If-Then Statement) is a statement with a hypothesis followed by a conclusion. Another way to define a conditional statement is to say, “If this happens, then that will happen.” The hypothesis is the first, or “if,” part of a conditional statement.

**What is the if/then form?**

A statement written in the if-then form is a conditional statement. p→q represents the conditional statement. “if p then q .” Example 1: If two angles are adjacent , then they have a common side.

#### What is a conditional statement example?

Example. Conditional Statement: “If today is Wednesday, then yesterday was Tuesday.” Hypothesis: “If today is Wednesday” so our conclusion must follow “Then yesterday was Tuesday.” So the converse is found by rearranging the hypothesis and conclusion, as Math Planet accurately states.

**What is an example of a conditional statement?**