inverse implication

inverse implication

[′in‚vərs ‚im·plə′kā·shən]
(mathematics)
The implication that results from replacing both the antecedent and the consequent of a given implication with their negations.
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The inverse implication was that those children are very thinly dispersed geographically and the incidence of limb loss among children in any given year represents only about 1% of the some one hundred and fifty thousand new amputations each year among adults and adolescents.
This issue has been dominating the local labour market for decades, leading to larger population and employment imbalances and their inverse implications on the social and cultural scenes.

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