dalaal on February 28 at 03:32AM
Looking at the following drill
P: C -> not D
C: not D some X,
I concluded the second premise to be X some C, while the correct answer was C -> X. I realize that we can reverse the C -> X to be X some C. However, why did we go with that option, how do we know that 'all C is X' and not just 'some'?
Ravi on February 28 at 06:47AM
dalaal on February 28 at 06:08PM
Skylar on March 1 at 07:24PM