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Kimberlydo4413 on March 22, 2018

Argument Completion Cards Confusing Question

Hi, For the argument completion drill: P: C--->Not D P: ? C: not D-some-X I first translated the conclusion to X--->Not D So we have C---->Not D and to get to the conclusion, I would think we'd need X---->C So that would be X--->C--->not D so by the transitive property, X---->Not D Why is the answer C----->X? Thank You

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Mehran on March 23, 2018

You cannot transform not D-some-X to X ==> not D.

This is incorrect.

Please rewatch our video lesson on Quantifiers to ensure that you are following the correct rules.

annetr0712 on January 23, 2020

Can someone please fully explain this problem. Because I originally put down the answer for the missing premise as C-some-X