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thetrinabailey on December 10, 2017

Must have sufficient condition in common

A---------some-------B B-------------------->C How does this have the sufficient condition in common? The only sufficient condition in: B------->C. Right?

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thetrinabailey on December 10, 2017

I mean - the only sufficient/necessary condition is: B----->C. Right?

I am struggling with the concept of "in common."

Mehran on February 10, 2018

"B" is the sufficient condition in your Sufficient & Necessary statement.

"B" is what is in common between these two statements so they have sufficient in common as we can connect as follows:

A-some-B ==> C

To conclude:


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