PTA S4 Q. 14 ---- Use of Many as Existential Quantifier?

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How do we represent "Many," when we come across it in a passage or AC that uses other quantifiers like Most and Some. Do we write it out like Some? I just came across Many in PT A; Q. 14, AC D and I didn't know if I should represent Many as Some in this instance or not. It kind of threw me off. I know Many implies Some but Some doesn't imply Many. I didn't see that there is an explanation video for this specific question, so I'm asking/discussing here. Thanks in advance!

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  • Chris NguyenChris Nguyen Alum Member Sage 7Sage Tutor
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    Hey there!

    So you can think of "many" as "some". I there's a lesson in the core curriculum about it on 7sage. Not exactly sure where. But JY says they are essentially the same thing.

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