Moses on January 3 at 03:22AM
My question is in regards to how to interpret the question. If you removed the term, "EXCEPT" then I know the term, "Must be true," also implies that the correct answer cannot be false or that the wrong answers could be false.
With the term, "EXCEPT," it essentially flips it so that the correct answer could be false while the wrong answers cannot be false.
Answers (C) and (D) "not X" place threw me for a loop. Is there an easier way to work through this for a better comprehension of what the question is asking and what the answers are providing?
Shunhe on January 7 at 03:57AM