2) Write the converse of the statement: If the alarm beeps every thirty seconds, then you have to replace the battery.
3) Write the negation of the statement: All cats have whiskers.
4) Write the negation of the proposition: Some athletes are musicians.
5) Rephrase the statement as a conditional proposition with the form "if p, then q.": Attending practice is necessary for staying on the team.
6) Construct a truth table for the statement:
r -> (p ^ ~q)
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