Devin on December 22, 2019
Greetings! Quick question on the example: If one is a bachelorette , then that person must be unmarried and a remain. Say I label unmarried as UNM, is it still ideal to strike a line through it since it is negative? Or is it ok when negating and changing to sufficient to then strike a line to negate the unmarried? It seems to me to be saying the same thing. I ask mainly cause I see this coming up later on. Should I just get in a habit of striking a line through negative sufficients and necessarys? I hope this makes sense. Mostly just a labeling question.
Andrea on January 3, 2020