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Mazen on January 16, 2020

Quantifier Video Example #6: (diagraming the sentence with "only."

Hello, Is it wrong to diagram the sentence "Only a few always do their own research before investing" in the necessary-sufficient format as such: R -----> F ("R" symbolizing research; and "F" symbolizing few)?

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Mazen on January 16, 2020

In other words, "all investor that do their own research before investing are always few."

Thank you

Ravi on January 17, 2020


That isn't correct, because it's not capturing that 'only a few' of
those people are doing something. The fact that 'only a few' is
mentioned means that this statement will be a 'some' statement. The
correct way to diagram this statement is

ISM< - some - >R

This means that some (only a few) people who invest in the stock
market always do research of their own before investing.

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