I'm working through "How to think like a mathematician" for uni and there is this part of a question:
Rewrite the following as 'if ..., then ...' statements: ... (d) Regular work is not necessary to pass the course.
so my first instinct is to say:
"If the course is passed then regular work might have been done" but that just feels messy and I can't really translate that into symbols i.e.
A implies B
I was thinking that I could exploit the nature of the implies:
"If regular work is done then the course is passed" but I am not sure if that is entirely equivalent, and just cheesing the question.
There aren't any solutions in the book and the online ones don't have this section in them.