If An Apple falls from a tree it will hit a physicist on her head. Assuming only the preceding statement, which of the following conclusions must be true?
- An apple fell from the tree but it missed the physicist's head.
- If two apples fall from a tree, only one will hit the physicist in her head.
- If an apple fell from a tree, strong wind must be lowing.
- If the physicist was not hit on the head, the apple did not fall.
- If an falls it will break in two pieces.