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Hi, I'm studying for the LSAT at have a question related to logic games. If you have a conditional logic

statement, I'm just making sure I'm reading and inferring things from them correctly.

Original: if A, then B.

What I think it means: If A happens, then B happens.

If A doesn't happen, then B doesn't happen.

*But can you infer anything about A if just B doesn't happen or happens? I didn't think you could but let me know.

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If A happens, then B happens. So: -If A happens, B must happen; -If B happens,... View the full answer

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