The sentence is : "For all real numbers there exists a natural number that is smaller". That is (∀x∈R)(∃n∈N)n>x. This is what I thought of: we can write this sentence as:"If x is a real number, then there exists a natural number n that satisfies n>x." So how would I make a converse statement? Would it be:"If there exists a natural number n bigger than some number x, then every single x is real"?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# B What is the converse statement of the given sentence?

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