It would be wrong to conclude that a person has a Streptococcus infection if there is no other evidence than the fact...

Sangwook on August 31, 2014

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I guess, the logic structure of the stimulus is like the following: "Only the fact S bacilli are present(A) ===> S infection(B)" is wrong Because, "S infection(B) ===>the host is physically run down(C)" The logic of the stimuli (B) is: "Only(on the basis alone) receiving 6 or more hours...(A) ===> bloom(B)" is wrong Because, "To bloom(B) ===> both 6 or mores(A) & alkaline soil(C)" In short, A===>B is wrong Because, B ==> C & A. Is this logic structure same as the one of the stimulus( A===>B is wrong because B===> C) ?? I totally understand the stimuli(B) is the closest than others though. Please, help me out.


Melody on September 10, 2014

The answer to this question is in the other thread. Thanks!

Sangwook on September 11, 2014