Took a logic class back in the day where we did this stuff with formal notation.
This actually math/logic, not verbal reasoning.
Aug 29th, 2020 8:15 pm
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Sep 10th, 2020 2:56 am
Possibilities are endless.Taking a yes/no only approach is like saying that a green light at the traffic light means that vehicles are moving if there is no traffic. Well, no, you have idiots that don't pay attention.
There is no popular movement here. We look at the same "limited" information in the original written passage.Chickennbeans wrote: ↑ A big problem in society is that many jump through the same though process as many posters here. If you don't support the popular movement, then you're racist, or whatever nasty thing they can think of. Thinking house prices are not going to continue skyrocketing means you're a bear. There is no context or patience in their thinking.
Sep 11th, 2020 8:50 pm
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Sep 17th, 2020 3:45 pm
Your only interpretation is the question is wrong AND all choices are false.Mr Bean wrote: ↑
There are 2 ways to the interpret the question -
1) Which choice is definitely true? Or in other words, which one has to be true without a reasonable doubt. When I read 1st, I took this interpretation and I thought the question is wrong.
2) Another interpretation - One of the choices is true, which one is it? Or in other words, given that one of them is true, which one must be? In yet other words, all choices are false, which is is not thus must be true?
Sep 17th, 2020 4:10 pm
C is the only answer that is possible. However, I don't agree it "must be true" - it's just that all the other options are CLEARLY NOT TRUE... thus C is the only option that "could" be true.
Sep 17th, 2020 4:21 pm
Sep 18th, 2020 12:03 pm
Sorry I meant to write except -