on August 20, 2019
Question 1 presents the following condition:
FKPW > HPM & LC
Making the contrapositive:
not LC or not HPM > FKPW
When answering this question, I did pick the correct answer (D) but that is because I only realized that ONE of the sufficient conditions from the contrapositive was being invoked. However, Mehran points out that BOTH sufficient conditions are in fact being invoked in answer choice D.
When he noted that I thought that I had picked the wrong answer because it was invoking both sufficient conditions instead of only one of them.
Can someone provide some clarification on how D can be the correct answer even though both sufficient conditions are invoked? I thought that OR meant only one condition could be present in the correct answer...
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on September 2, 2019