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8.Convert the following propositions and state whether the converse is logically equivalent or not logically equivalent to the original.
a. Some types of celebrations are not occasions that foster family harmony.

b. All dipsomaniacs are friends of Jim Beam.

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8.Convert the following propositions and state whether the converse is logically equivalent or not logically equivalent to the original.

a. Some types of celebrations are not occasions that ...

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The expert converts the proposition of equivalent originals. The types of celebrations which are not occasion that foster family harmony are given.

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