## #8 - Local, Cannot Be True, False to True

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Complete Question Explanation
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The correct answer choice is (E)

The question stem creates the following conditional relationship:

L P

This rule establishes that Z, which already has L, must also have P:

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As Z has power windows, Z cannot have a sunroof and answer choice (E) is correct.
jwilia@ucsc.edu
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I understand why the answer choice is E, but I don't understand why A is wrong. T has power windows must be false, because if T has P than it must also have L according to the introduced rule of L --> P. If T has LP then T < Z rule is not satisfied.
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Hi jwilia,
Careful, the rule says L --> P, but you have interpreted that to mean that L & P are always together. What the rule is saying is that if we know a car has L then it automatically gets P. But if we know a car has P we have no idea whether it will have L, that would be a Mistaken Reversal. So Answer A may be true, Car T might have P and no other options.
Hope that helps!
Malila