Hunter on January 24 at 07:51PM
When this video was going over the rules, I wrote down that "either/or" statements indicate that at least 1 variable (x or y) must exist. However, I also wrote down that these statements raise the possibility that both x and y could be present. In example 7, this is not gone over. Could someone clear up this confusion for me? Thank you!
on January 24 at 08:26PM