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Select the option, which is the logical equivalent of the statement given below:

If you pass in English, then you will pass in maths.


1. If you don’t pass in English, then you will not pass in maths.
2. If you pass in maths, then you will pass in English.
3. If you haven’t passed in maths, then you haven’t passed in English.
4. If you haven’t passed in maths, then you have passed in English.

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Correct Answer - Option 3 : If you haven’t passed in maths, then you haven’t passed in English.

Given:

If you pass in English, then you will pass in maths.

Passing in maths is dependent on passing in English.

Therefore,

'If you haven’t passed in maths, then you haven’t passed in English' is consistent with the above statement.

Hence, Option 3 is correct.

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