Affirming the consequent is the formal fallacy of affirming the consequent of a material conditional statement and then deriving the antecedent afterwards. That is, the following inference: If P then Q; Q; therefore, P. This could be represented symbolically as follows:

P \rightarrow Q, Q \vdash P

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