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A statement that something [the consequent clause] will be true provided that something else [the antecedent clause] is true. For example ‘if n is divisible by 2, n is even’ is a conditional statement, in which the antecedent is ‘n is divisible by 2’ and the consequent is ‘n is even’.

Subjects: Philosophy — Mathematics.

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