Identify the ** TYPE** of the given conditional statement.

"If it rains today, soccer practice will be canceled."

`CHOICES[TYPE]`

`value`

"The sun is bright outside today, so I will wear a hat."

"If we have dessert tonight, I will eat apple pie."

"All pairs of vertical angles are congruent angles."

"Elephants eat peanuts."

"If `3x+1=7`

, then `x=2`

."

If `x=2`

, then `3x+1=7`

.
If `3x+1\not=7`

, then `x\not=2`

.
If `x\not=2`

, then `3x+1\not=7`

.

- If
`x=2`

, then`3x+1=7`

. - If
`3x+1\not=7`

, then`x\not=2`

. - If
`x\not=2`

, then`3x+1\not=7`

. - If
`x=4`

, then`3x+1=13`

. - If
`3x+1=10`

, then`x=3`

.

In this statement, the hypothesis is ** 3x+1=7** and the conclusion is

`x=2`

Thus, when we take the converse, the hypothesis becomes ** x=2** and the conclusion becomes

`3x+1=7`

Thus, when we take the inverse, the hypothesis becomes ** 3x+1\not=7** and the conclusion becomes

`x\not=2`

Thus, when we take the contrapositive, the hypothesis becomes ** x\not=2** and the conclusion becomes

`3x+1\not=7`

Bringing the hypothesis and conclusion together, we find the `TYPE` of the original statement to be, **
"If x=2, then 3x+1=7."
"If 3x+1\not=7, then x\not=2."
"If x\not=2, then 3x+1\not=7."
**

In this statement, the hypothesis is **" HYPOTHESIS"** and the conclusion is

Thus, when we take the converse, the hypothesis becomes **" CONCLUSION"** and the conclusion becomes

Thus, when we take the inverse, the hypothesis becomes **" NEG_HYPOTHESIS"** and the conclusion becomes

Thus, when we take the contrapositive, the hypothesis becomes **" NEG_CONCLUSION"** and the conclusion becomes

Bringing the hypothesis and conclusion together, we find the `TYPE` of the original statement to be, **" CHOICES[TYPE]"**