Obvert the following propositions and state whether the converse is logically equivalent or not logically equivalent to the original. (2 points each)
a. No Tour de France riders are athletes who are unable to ride no-handed.
b. Some tuition hikes are not actions fair to students.
The question requires obversion; so, I assume that you're wanting to know where the obverse (and not the converse) is logically equivalent.
<br>To find the obverse, change the quality of the proposition, and replace the predicate term ...