Anonymous on October 2, 2018
C: A-most-not x
I can answer the majority of these drills correctly, but I am having a hard time understanding why the answer is
This is how I drew out the first premise (most As are B)
But then it states the missing premise is B-->not X or "all Bs are not X."
If the shared sufficient between the two are B, why is the first premise written as A-most-B? Should it be B-most-A for this flash card to work? What am I missing?