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# Giant Panda

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• Will remember it in the future. Thank you very much.
• @Sami
• @DumbHollywoodActor said: it's helpful to know that blocking an alternate cause can be a necessary assumption of every causation argument drawn from correlative premises. fantastic. 太棒了
• @BinghamtonDave Your explanation is always helpful. But I am just confused about one thing. Not so much as how the problem is solved, but why is the answer an NA. I presume instead that it is a SA.
• This is great input. I went into modal logic. It's theory is one much like yours.
• 2 ways I have find are: we can have the necessary without the sufficient or some times the necessary condition does not lead to the sufficient
• Your explanation are more than helpful. Thank you very much. But just to add on. If negation of a invalid conclusion is one way to test a student's understanding for SA and NA mistake, is there other ways besides explicitly stating it out? Do you m…
• @BinghamtonDave said: I don't think the application of causal reason is that helpful for 25-4-23. 25-4-23 is conditional heavy, not causal. The problem with 25-4-23 is that are given A--->B--->C in the premises and the conclusion state…
• @"The 180 Bro_OVO" Hi there, I agree 100% of what you had said. But let's consider the following and ignore the question: If A cause B cause C, then it concludes C causes A; this is wrong because the possibility of C some A, or C and A, is ignore…
• When reading the question, you should be immediately pick up as of exactly how Young is trying to attack it-by pointing out an uneven distribution. When I am reading the question there are 2 assumptions that I in my mind: 1) Maybe the number is …
• @Sami Hi Sami, Thank you for your detailed reply. It had took me days in terms of thinking and at some point it got me into doubting whether the method is really "fool proof" or not. But in either case, I think we have something that we are in a…
• Just want to make an add on point about this method. It is not perfect yet. Yet! I been spending ours testing it out. And apparently what happens is that every time, every single time, there is that 1 question that will get you. You will presume…
• Me either. haha
• Hi There, so here is my shot at it. I don't know how long it took you to answer it. I sort of did it differently. I just jumped in and took the "risk" of connecting them. Of course, along the way by doing this, I am exposing myself to "jumps/a…
• By the way, thanks for your question. Keep it up and post more questions.
• And to add on, you can effectively turn this into an assumption question. What is the assumption that the author uses? Well...The determination of whether a country is democratic or not is dependent on a law pass or not. And of course, this law …
• So here is my shot at answering your question. Before I go in, I just want to be thought to give you this thought, apparently my method isn't a traditional one. @Sami I be happy to hear your take on this. But below is my method. First when I read …
• With all due respect, does this matter for LR? LR difficulty can be made in a variety of different manner: confusing language, useless material, multiple assumptions through 1 conclusion and 3 premises, or, my favourite-gives an circumstance and a…
• @mheannarino How is the trainer? I have a copy with me. Worth reading?
• A focus on grammar will defintely pay off, especially when you are doing...almost all difficult level questions. What makes something SA or NA depending on the signal condition that the sentence gives. In the 2 examples you give, If is group 1 and…
• Using this model, if we dive into another question: PT34-S3-Q22 https://7sage.com/lesson/virus-beneficial-effects-mbf-question/ Through this understanding, the question can be solved very fast. The market or model that is limited in this case are …
• @brennan Here is the question: https://7sage.com/lesson/reproduction-without-sperm-mbf-question/ And to clarify, I am not talking about math or stat. I think you may have misunderstood my point. The point is of understanding of all its foundation…
• Another reference: PT, 31-S2, Q15. https://7sage.com/lesson/calistan-car-sales-mbf-question/?ss_completed_lesson=1085 The same thing happens again here by in different form. However, much of the way to solving it remains the same. Within this cas…
• Questions that the method can be also applied to are: PT 33-S3-Q9, PT31-S3-Q10
• @loosekanen I think not only for SA, PSA. Strengthening and weakening question applies too.
• I once had a discussion with @"Cant Get Right" on this issue, where his perspective is that you have to be open minded when choosing your answers. I disagree. I think to be more exact, your assumptions are the only routes that you can take. And th…
• The biggest issue I think, or from my experience, is to balance between having what you are looking for and match something that looks like it. When you are doing the questions, you have to be reminded of the possible routes that you have, which i…
• @RafaelBernard The words may or may not be the same. If it is the same, then that becomes either a really easy question or a really hard one. To elaborate more, please take a look at PT 31,S2, Q19. To use this method, your analysis, while some…
• And here is another one: https://7sage.com/lesson/plastic-trash-strengthen-question/?ss_completed_lesson=974 Pretty much the same form if you notice as the previous 2. You can see my comment below the video for my analysis. Happy Weekend! (While …
• I will give a shot at this. Different question sets calls up different skill. I really really really don't like to draw out a logic map whenever I don't need too because that will just cost me time. As such, I only am prepare to draw out maps when…