I have these two statements:
False $\models$ True
Reads as : False logicially entails True if all models that evaluate False to True also evaluate True to True.
True $\models$ False
Reads as : True logically entails False if all models that evaluate to True also evaluate False to True.
If my understanding of the concept of "Entails" is correct, then both of these are incorrect because False can never be evaluated to True. Am I correct in my thinking, or am I missing something? This seems like a trick question, so I'm second guessing myself.