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Finite MathematicsExercises 91 and 92 are multiple choice. Indicate which statement is equivalent to the given statement, and say why that statement is equivalent to the given one. “In order to read the Tarot, it is necessary for you to consult the Oracle.” (A) “In order to consult the Oracle, it is necessary to read the Tarot.” (B) “In order not to consult the Oracle, it is necessary not to read the Tarot.” (C) “In order not to read the Tarot, it is necessary not to read the Oracle.”BuyFind*arrow_forward*

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Chapter A, Problem 92E

Textbook Problem

Exercises 91 and 92 are multiple choice. Indicate which statement is equivalent to the given statement, and say why that statement is equivalent to the given one.

“In order to read the Tarot, it is necessary for you to consult the Oracle.”

**(A)** “In order to consult the Oracle, it is necessary to read the Tarot.”

**(B)** “In order not to consult the Oracle, it is necessary not to read the Tarot.”

**(C)** “In order not to read the Tarot, it is necessary not to read the Oracle.”

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