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Wouldn't the H have to be negated since its the sufficient condition in the sentence. I thought when we had sentences that had sufficient and necessary conditions in them that the condition with the necessary indicator word became the necessary condition and the remainder was negated and became the sufficient condition.
In this question the correct answer places the condition with the necessary indicator word as the necessary condition & places the remainder as the sufficient condition but doesn't negate the condition.
Does this rule only apply to these certain necessary conditions indicators: unless, until, except & without?