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The sufficient condition occurs, and the necessary condition does not occur."
At the same time, on Page 11-11, on #1 of the Cannot Be True Possibilities Drill, whoever was narrating the video offered two Cannot Be True outcomes. The conditional statement is "All doctors are wealthy." The narrating LSAT instructor said both of the following Cannot Be True:
(1) I am a doctor, but I am not wealthy (sufficient occurs, necessary does not occur)
(2) I am not wealthy, but I am a doctor (necessary does not occur, sufficient occurs)
Are both above statements a different way of saying the same thing? In other words, does the order of the sufficient occurring but not the necessary matter?