Determine the converse of the conditional statement: If my mom has to work, then I babysit my little sister.
A. If my mom does not have to work, I do not have to babysit
B. If I have to babysit, then my mom has work
C. If I have to babysit, then my mom does not have to work
D. If I don't have to babysit, then my mom has to work

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Select the contrapositive of the conditional statement:
“If lines are perpendicular, then they meet to form right angles.”
A. If lines are not perpendicular, then they do not meet to form right angles.
B. If lines meet to form right angles, then the lines are perpendicular
C. If lines do not meet to form right angles, then the lines are not perpendicular.
D. Lines are perpendicular if and only if they meet to form right angles **Weegy:** If lines do not meet to form right angles, then the lines are not perpendicular. (More)

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Determine the contrapositive of the conditional statement: lengths of the sides of a rectangle are 6 inches and 4 inches, the area is 24 square inches.
A. If the lengths of the sides of a rectangle are not 6 inches and 4 inches, then the area is not 24 square inches.
B. If the area is 24 square inches, then the lengths of the sides of a rectangle are not 6 inches and 4 inches.
C. If the area is not 24 square inches, then the lengths of the sides of a rectangle are not 6 inches and 4 ...**Weegy:** If the lengths of the sides of a rectangle are not 6 inches and 4 inches, then the area is not 24 square inches. (More)

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How do you make a segment bisector? **Weegy:**
A Segment Bisector is a line or a ray or a segment that divides a line segment into two equal parts.
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A segment bisector always passes through the midpoint of a line segment.
If a segment bisector crosses [ the segment at 900, then it is called as perpendicular bisector of the segment.
Example of Segment Bisector
In the given figure, the line segment DE is the bisector of the segment AC as it intersects the line segment AC at its midpoint B.
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