Intro to Condition7 cards

Tagged as: lsat, language, latin, nursing

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Condition

Logical connective that plays a big role on the LSAT Example "If it rains, John will bring an umbrella"

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Sufficient/Necessary

The sufficient condition is sufficient is sufficient to bring about the necessary condition Likewise The necessary condition is the necessary result of the sufficient condition

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Sufficient/Necessary Example "When Chin's GDP surpasses Japan's, the U.S. will have to acknowledge it as a global power."

China's GDP surpassing Japan's GDP is sufficient to bring about the condition of the U.S. recognizing China as a Global power And the U.S. recognizing China as a Global power necessarily results from the condition of China's GDP surpassing Japan's C sur J ----> rec GP Sufficient Necessary

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Antecedent/ Consequent

Sufficient Condition is the Antecedent Necessary Condition is the Consequent "Ante" means 'Before' in Latin *So the Antecedent comes before the arrow D ---------------> E Antecedent Consequent

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Causation

The conditional relationship can also be described as Causal The first condition causes the second

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Causation Example "If the water reaches 212 F, it will boil.

The logical relationship is the same, regardless of how you describe it

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Converse Error

An unjustified reversal of the conditional relationship A----> R Does not equal R----->A