In Exercises 5 to 10, draw a conclusion where possible.
1) If

2)

C)

To find:
The conclusion from the given information.
Given:
The given statements are,
If
Approach:
Consider the given statements,
If
The first statement is in “if P, then Q” form.
Where P is
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