Generally every Mathematical statement consists of two parts: the hypothesis and the conclusion. Most statements are in the form of ‘If A, then B’ or ‘A implies B’, where A is the hypothesis and B is the conclusion. Another way of thinking this statement is as equivalence between the statements A and B as when A holds B holds and when A does so does B.
An example in simple terms is “If you lend me Rs 100, I will do your laundry”, implies that only when you lend me the money will the laundry be done, in Mathematics the same logic is implied but when we consider abstract quantities the logic becomes a bit harder to grasp.
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