In Exercises 5 to 10, draw a conclusion where possible.
1) If you send the package on Tuesday, it will arrive on Thursday. 
2) The package arrived on Friday. 
C)

To find:
The conclusion from the given information.
Given:
The given statements are,
If you send the package on Tuesday, it will arrive on Thursday.
The package arrived on Friday.
Approach:
Consider the given statements,
If you send the package on Tuesday, it will arrive on Thursday.
The package arrived on Friday.
The first statement is in “if P, then Q” form.
Where P is you send the package on Tuesday and Q is it will arrive on Thursday...
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