What Is a Conditional Statement in Geometry?

By Staff WriterLast Updated Mar 30, 2020 3:05:30 AM ET
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A conditional statement is an "if-then" statement used in geometry to relate a particular hypothesis to its conclusion. An arrow originating at the hypothesis, denoted by p, and pointing at the conclusion, denoted by q, represents a conditional statement. A conditional statement is read as, "if p then q."