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"Few are" means?

time_to_gotime_to_go Alum Member
edited February 2016 in Logical Reasoning 271 karma
As I was reviewing my old notes, I've noticed that I wrote the definition of "few are" as some are/SOME ARE NOT but "few not" as most are/some are not.

Shouldn't "few are" mean some are / MOST ARE NOT?

I can't believe I'm still confused about this concept..wow. English.

Comments

  • pritisharmapritisharma Alum Member
    477 karma
    some are , most are not
  • stepharizonastepharizona Alum Member
    3197 karma
    In my notes for "few" I have "some are" "most are not"

    And on my scale I have
    None: 0
    Few: 1-49
    Some: 1-100
    Most: 51-100

    Many = Some

    I also have a note that few is contextual based on sample size, but that's a really early note.
  • time_to_gotime_to_go Alum Member
    271 karma
    Thanks a lot! :)
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