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1

_________ needs the necessary condition to exist


Sufficient

2

Another name for the sufficient condition is

Enough

3

Necessary condition is synonymous with

Required, needed

4

The logical opposite of Must be True is

Not necessarily true

5

The logical opposite (in terms of truth) to Must be true is

Could be False

6

Logical equivalent (in terms of truth) of Must be true is

Cannot be False

7

The logical opposite (in terms of truth) of Not Necessarily True is

Cannot be False

8

The logical equivalent (in terms of truth) of Not Necessarily True is

Could be False

9

The logical opposite (in terms of truth) to Could Be True is

Must be False

10

Two commonly encountered quantifiers on the LSAT include

Some, Most

11

Some is defined as

At least one
-includes 1 and does not preclude all
-1, more than 1, and all

12

The equivalent of some is

Many

13

Logical opposite of some is

None

14

Logical opposite of All is

Not all or not necessarily all (or every)

15

The temporal equivalent of some is

Sometimes

16

Most is defined as

More than half
-can include all
-indefinite amount

17

Logical opposite of most

Less than 50%

18

Statements that are non-reversible

All
Most

19

Logical Opposite of Could be True

Cannot be true

20

Logical equivalent (in terms of truth) to Could be True

Not Necessarily Falss

21

Logical opposite of Must be False

Not Necessarily False

22

Logical opposite of Always is

Not Always

23

Logical opposite of sometimes is

Never

24

Logical opposite of Everywhere is

Not Everywhere

25

Logical opposite of Somewhere

Nowhere

26

P: A some B
P: B ----> C
__________
C: A some C This argument structure uses the

The Transitive Rule

27

2) P: A some B
P: B ----> C
__________
C: A some C this argument uses

The transitive rule

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The Transitive rule with an all and a some statement is possible when

shared term is Necessary in some statement and Sufficient in all statement