What Is a Inverse Statement?

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An inverse statement is a conditional sentence whose values of both the hypothesis and conclusion are reversed. For instance, if the original statement was: 'If it is raining, then the ground is wet', the inverse of that statement would be: 'If it is not raining, then the ground will not be dry'.
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