Cam on March 29 at 09:16PM
Hi, we know from earlier in the lesson that 'if' indicates a sufficient condition and the other part of the statement is the necessary condition. I took this to mean that the clause directly following 'if' is automatically the sufficient condition. I am confused because example #8 answer choice C states "The new regulations will be successful if most of the students adhere to them." However, in the video, this statement is diagrammed like "NRS-->MSA". Since most students adhere is stated after the 'if', why is it not diagrammed the opposite way: "MSA-NRS"?
Ben on March 29 at 10:37PM