Nayeli on November 13 at 01:12AM
Watching the video on youtube was very helpful! Thank you for taking the time to explain the missing premise assignment.
I feel like I've got a good handle on most of the missing premises, but I continue to struggle a bit when there are three missing premises. Specifically, when the conclusion and its contrapositive share sufficients with the other two premises. For example
P: Not X-->NotD
I get confused because I could go either way. I could connect the conclusion to premise 2 and it would look as such:
and I would conclude that my missing premise is the ending: NotD-->NotA.
Or I could connect the conclusion to the first premise and get the following answer:
Where I would conclude the missing premise is B-->X.
Neither is the correct answer and now I feel like I'm way overthinking it. Please help!
Irina on November 13 at 09:34PM
Nayeli on November 20 at 05:04AM