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Department store manager: There is absolutely no reason to offer our customers free gift wrapping again this holiday...
on January 30, 2015
Could you please negate answer choice E?
on January 31, 2015
Let's put answer choice (E) in "if/then" form.
If there aren't a small amount of people who want free gift wrapping, then a majority of customers want it.
How do we negate a Sufficient & Necessary statement? We show the sufficient without the necessary.
So, the negation is: Even though there isn't a small amount of people who want free gift wrapping, the majority of people do not want free gift wrapping.
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