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comment Integrating With Respect To $x$
So, it would not be correct to use the differential of $y$, $dy = \frac{dy}{dx} dx$?
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comment Satisfiability Problem: Determining Which People To Invite
I don't believe that that is so. According to the answer key, which you seem to agree with, if Kanti attends the party, then Samir MUST attend--and there is no exception. But still, the answer key claims that p only if q is the same as q implies p, yet the people who answered my question given in the link state that p only if q is the same as p implies q. Essentially my question is, how can the answer key be correct, it would appear that it is incorrect.
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comment Conditional Statements: “only if”
This is a very interesting answer, something of which I was seeking.
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