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Justify the Conclusion—SN

Jerrymakehabit
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Maybe I missed this point. Can someone please tell me what does that -SN mean? It popped up several times in the bible.

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Dave Killoran
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SN means Sufficient and Necessary conditions are present in the problem :)

By the way, there is a glossary in the back of the book that explains any terms you see like this one!
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Jerrymakehabit
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Dave Killoran wrote:SN means Sufficient and Necessary conditions are present in the problem :)

By the way, there is a glossary in the back of the book that explains any terms you see like this one!


That is great. Thank you Dave!