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*> It is the first one that shocks me. A => B, A, means B
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*> As to the second, you can conclude nothing.
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Can you conclude 'maybe A'?

*> Specifically, you have no information about A.
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*> A => B, B, no extra conclusions can be drawn.
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*> I have run into people that confused A => B with A <=> B. I think is
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*> relatively common, if you teach it to a normal high school class.
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Perhaps if it is valid to conclude 'maybe A' that different people intuit

'maybe' as 'probably'.

Mike

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