How do you turn a normal statement into a conditional?
"All stores are closed."
I thought the conditional would be: If they are all stores, then they are closed.
Here's what I got for my other answers.
Converse: If they are closed, then they are all stores.
Inverse: If they are not all stores, then they are not closed.
Contrapositive: If they are not closed, then they are not all stores.
I also have to show which of them is logically equivalent to the original statement. Not sure if he wants a truth table showing it or not, doesn't really give me room on the sheet to do it though.