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"Neither Nor" LG Conditional Rules

lbalestrierilbalestrieri Alum Member
edited September 2014 in Logical Reasoning 110 karma
As I've been taking practice tests, I've come across several LG rules that use "neither...nor" language as a conditional. For example: if X then neither Y nor Z. Should this be translated as "Y and Z" or "Y or Z". From my understanding, AND means both, and OR means one or the other or both. Can someone help me with this distinction?


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