So i have a book that covers the fundamentals one needs to know before starting C++. I'm self teaching myself so i don't have to take the intro programming class at school. Anyways, our professor sent us all a email that among a few other other topics (such as arrays and functions and loops), we must know how what "conditional structures" are and how to use them. However, unlike the other stuff he wants us to know, "conditional structures" doesn't have its own chapter in the book i"m reading. These are the chapters that my book has: 1). introduction to computers, programs, and C++ (100 percent sure it's not in this chapter) 2). primitive data types and operations 3). selection statements 4). loops 5). functions 6). arrays 7). points and c-strings 8). recursion From which of the chapters listed above would I be most likely to learn about "conditional structures"?