1. The part of a conditional that follows “then” is the __________ 2.Reasoning logically from given statements to a conclusion is ___________ 3.A conditional has a(n) __________ of true or false. 4.The _____________ of a conditional switches the hypothesis and conclusion. 5.When a conditional and its converse are true, you can write them as a single true statement called a(n) ____________ 6.A statement that you prove true is a(n) __________________ 7.The part of a conditional that follows “if” is the _____________________