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stephd on January 8, 2016


In the first sentence, should "nearly all" be considered to mean "most"? Or should it be diagrammed as a sufficient and necessary statement? I considered it to mean "most" and had a hard time coming up with the answer to this question.

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Mehran on January 28, 2016

"Nearly all" should be interpreted as "most." You can watch the video explanation for this question by selecting the video player icon in the top right hand corner of the screen when viewing this question inside of the app.

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