Which one of the following could be the animals included in the display, listed in the order of their pens, from firs...

aayllajaffery.1@gmail.com on October 11, 2021

General Question

I had a question for statements like if A then B does this mean it can be an "either or" both or not both kind of statement ?? because both can still exist if A exist so i'm confused

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Emil-Kunkin on September 29, 2022

For an "If A then B" statement, so know that if A happens, then B must happen.

It is possible that they both happen, and it is possible that only B happens, and it is possible that neither happen. It is not possible that only A happens, since we know if A, then B.