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Brandy on September 18, 2018

Compound Statements

In the And/Or for, It says: If one is a Bachelorette, then that person must be unmarried and a female. Could you write it like this? Does this way change the meaning? Bachelorette-->Unmarried and Female not Unmarried or not Female --> not Bachelorette

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Mehran on September 20, 2018

@blconley6 I'm not sure I am understanding your question here.

"If one is a bachelorette, then that person must be unmarried and a female."

This sentence would be diagrammed as follows:

B ==> not M & F
M or not F ==> not B

But this is exactly how you have diagrammed it.

What am I missing?