In Exercises 5 to 10, draw a conclusion where possible.
1) If Alice plays in the volleyball match, our team will win. 
2) Our team lost the volleyball match. 
C)

To find:
The conclusion from the given information.
Given:
The given statements are,
If Alice plays in the volleyball match, our team will win.
Our team lost the volleyball match.
Approach:
Consider the given statements,
If Alice plays in the volleyball match, our team will win.
Our team lost the volleyball match.
The first statement is in “if P, then Q” form.
Where P is Alice plays in the volleyball match and Q is our team will win...
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