You can put this solution on YOUR website! The converse is technically the reversal of the antecedent (the "if..." part) and the consequent (the "then..." part). In more basic terms, the condition is reversed. For instance, the conditional statement: If it is raining, then there are clouds in the sky has the converse: If there are clouds in the sky, then it is raining. Of course the validity of this statement is not relevant (sometimes there are clouds and no rain) but it has a converse nonetheless.