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Posting on behalf of a 7Sage User: How to translate an unusual type of embedded conditional?

Juliet --Student Service--Juliet --Student Service-- Member Administrator Student Services
edited July 2021 in Logical Reasoning 4992 karma

[I am posting on behalf of a 7Sage user. Please feel free to leave your comments below. Thank you for your help!]

I've been studying with 7Sage for about a year now and I have a question regarding embedded conditionals. I know there's already a lesson on how to translate an embedded conditional; however, I found a weird conditional while studying the LSAT and was wondering how you would go about translating this one as it's the opposite of the embedded conditional.

What is taught in the embedded conditional module on 7Sage is that when you see, "If A, then /B unless C" you just translate it to, "A and B, then C"

I understand this. But while studying LR, I found an unusual type of embedded conditional that goes the other way around. How would you go about translating this? The embedded conditional, I forgot what specific PT/ question, said something along the lines of: "/A unless B, then C." Just confused on how to translate this as this is not the same as the former example provided by J.Y. Would it still be the same translation? I don't think it would, right?

https://7sage.com/lesson/mastery-embedded-conditional/
https://7sage.com/lesson/mastery-embedded-conditional-proof/?ss_completed_lesson=1107

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