Asked Jan 21, 2020

Rewrite the statements in if-then form.

Catching the 8:05 bus is a sufficient condition for my being on time for work.


Expert Answer

Step 1

Recall that “If P then Q” means p is sufficient for q and q is necessary for p to happen.

Here, “Catching the 8:05 bus is a sufficient ...

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