$P\rightarrow Q$ can also be written as

$\bullet$ if P then Q

$\bullet$ If P, Q

$\bullet$ Q if P

$\bullet$ Q when P

$\bullet$ Q unless ~P

$\bullet$ P only if Q

$\bullet$ P implies Q

$\bullet$ Q whenever P

$\bullet$ Q follows from P

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Given: I stay only if you go

This is of the form "p only if q" which means $p \rightarrow q$

Se we can paraphrase it as "If I stay then you go"

Clearly, p = I stay.

q = you go.

Converse would be $q \rightarrow p$

which is "If you go then I stay"

**Option A**

From Kenneth H Rosen

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I stay only if you go is equivalents to If I stay then you go.

A only if B => A->B

A= "I stay" and B= "You go"

**i.e.Conditional: A ---.>B
Converse: B----->A**

" If you go then I stay "

Answer is (A)

**i.e.Conditional: P ---.>Q
Converse: Q----->P **