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anonymous
 one year ago
Is there something wrong with this logic? Explain the relationships among the statements below and how they can (or cannot) work together logically.
If Gary does not pass his driver's test, then he cannot borrow his sister's car.
If Gary cannot borrow his sister's car, then he cannot drive his friend Beth to get tickets to the local concert.
If Gary doesn't study for his driver's test, then he will not pass it.
If Beth doesn't bother Gary, then he will study for his driver's test.
If Beth is driven to get tickets to the local concert, then she will not bother Gary.
anonymous
 one year ago
Is there something wrong with this logic? Explain the relationships among the statements below and how they can (or cannot) work together logically. If Gary does not pass his driver's test, then he cannot borrow his sister's car. If Gary cannot borrow his sister's car, then he cannot drive his friend Beth to get tickets to the local concert. If Gary doesn't study for his driver's test, then he will not pass it. If Beth doesn't bother Gary, then he will study for his driver's test. If Beth is driven to get tickets to the local concert, then she will not bother Gary.

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