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Unformatted text preview: 1 . “ The commanding officer only offers me a root beer when there’s a dangerous mission to be flown.” – Snoopy Translation Scheme: C = The commanding office offers me a root beer; D = There’s a dangerous mission to be flown. Translation: C → D Reversing the letters = half-credit. Note: This one is tricky because the “only” has become separated from the “when”, but that is what the “only” modifies [and that fact that it was not a part of the scheme should have tipped you off]. Since “when” is another way of saying “if” what we have here is an “only if”, which means that what follows it is the consequent of the conditional. 2. Growing older is a necessary condition for becoming wiser, but it is not a sufficient condition for becoming wiser....
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- Spring '08
- Necessary and sufficient condition, Papa John, translation scheme