labor shortages would be created with a consequent increase in wages
(of a stream or valley) Having a direction or character determined by the original slope of the land before erosion
A thing that follows another
The second part of a conditional proposition, whose truth is stated to be conditional upon that of the antecedent
The second term of a ratio
attendant: following or accompanying as a consequence; "an excessive growth of bureaucracy, with attendant problems"; "snags incidental to the changeover in management"; "attendant circumstances"; "the period of tension and consequent need for military preparedness"; "the ensuant response to his ...
(consequently) (sentence connectors) because of the reason given; "consequently, he didn't do it"; "continued to have severe headaches and accordingly returned to the doctor"
(consequently) as a consequence; "he had good reason to be grateful for the opportunities which they had made available to him and which consequently led to the good position he now held"
A consequent is the second half of a hypothetical proposition. In the standard form of such a proposition, it is the part that follows "then".
the 'then' part of a conditional; represented by q; aka conclusion, prove, answer
When an association between two variables is defined, the second item (or right-hand side) is called the consequent. For example, in the relationship “When a prospector buys a pick, he buys a shovel 14% of the time,” “buys a shovel” is the consequent.
The “then” part of a conditional: e.g., “[Bush] is over 35 years of age” in “If Bush is president, then he is over 35 years of age.”
The consequent of a rule is its right-hand side, that is, the second argument to the #$implies connective with which the rule begins. Intuitively, every rule states that if the antecedent is true, then the consequent is true.
In a conditional p → q, the consequent is q.
The second phrase in a musical period, in a fugue, the answer.
The final (or "then") part of a fuzzy rule.
In a conditional statement, the sub-statement to be executed if the boolean test expression's value is true.
adj. ~ (fml ) following sth as a result or an effect
The "then" clause of a conditional sentence. Example: In 'A>B', 'B' is the antecedent.
In a conditional claim, the subsidiary claim after the arrow, or immediately after the word "then," or after the phrase "only if."