Answer these Questions .

  1. What is a conditional?
  2.  Give me an example of a classic conditional ?
  3. What is a hypothesis?
  4. What is a conclusion?
  5. What is the role of the rule in condiotnals?
  6. What is the rule breakers in terms of conditionals?

4 responses

  1. 1. A conditional is a if, and then statement. if you code something. something will happen.

    2. If you put in the correct password you can get in to something if you put in the wrong password you cant get in to something.

    3. A hypothesis is a educated guess you take information and predict whats going to happen.

    4. A conclusion is a outcome of something for example if you putting together a lego set when you put the legos together the outcome is the stuff you made out of legos to complete it.

    5. the role of the rule in conditionals are rule breakers.

    6. the conditionals break the rules.

    March 13, 2019 at 9:38 am

  2. thalia

    a ConditionL ISan f aand then stent
    a hypothesis is an educated guess
    the conclusion is the outcome
    The condiotionals brdok the role
    Conditonals are the rule breakers.

    March 13, 2019 at 9:42 am

  3. Salvatore Mazzola

    1. A conclusion is an if and then statement.

    2. A password is an example of a CLASSIC CONDITIONAL is you cant get into the site without the password.

    3. A hypothesis is an educated guess or a prediction.

    4. A conclusion is an outcome of something.

    5. The role of the rule in conditions are the rule breakers.

    6. The rule breaker in terms of conditionals is that they are the rule breakers.

    March 13, 2019 at 9:44 am

  4. Brandon Damato

    1. A conditional is a “if and then” so if i do something something else will happen.
    2. In example “if don’t plug my game in i can’t play it”.
    3.A hypothesis is a educated guess.
    4. A conclusion is a outcome of something in example if i don’t charge my game i can’t play it.
    5.The role of a conditional is that is breaks the rules.
    6.The conditional breaks the rules to get in.

    March 13, 2019 at 9:48 am

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