on April 14 at 05:10PM
The video explanation for question 3 states that since "G is always with Lisa," but L is the necessary condition, not the sufficient one. So is it not possible to have L without G? I understand it might not be possible to do that once you factor in the other conditions, but I'm confused about how or why the video explanations assume that G must be in if L is in.
my diagram: G --> L // not L --> not G
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