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DlarehAtsok
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The sentence "R sings at some time before S or at some time after L, but not both" produces R before S and L, or S and L before R. Yet this representation assumes that no ties are possible. What if the ties were an option? Would it be R before S and before or at the same time as L, or L before R and S before or at the same time as R?

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DlarehAtsok wrote:The sentence "R sings at some time before S or at some time after L, but not both" produces R before S and L, or S and L before R. Yet this representation assumes that no ties are possible. What if the ties were an option? Would it be R before S and before or at the same time as L, or L before R and S before or at the same time as R?

Thanks!


Hey,

Yes both of those sentences are accurate.

Best of luck.