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**WHAT TYPE OF KEYWORD?**
IF 
SUFFICIENT


**WHAT TYPE OF KEYWORD?**
WHAT 
SUFFICIENT


**WHAT TYPE OF KEYWORD?**
WHENEVER 
SUFFICIENT


**WHAT TYPE OF KEYWORD?**
EVERY 
SUFFICIENT


**WHAT TYPE OF KEYWORD?**
ALL 
SUFFICIENT


**WHAT TYPE OF KEYWORD?**
ANY 
SUFFICIENT


**WHAT TYPE OF KEYWORD?**
PEOPLE WHO 
SUFFICIENT


**WHAT TYPE OF KEYWORD?**
IN ORDER TO 
SUFFICIENT


**WHAT TYPE OF KEYWORD?**
THEN 
NECC


**WHAT TYPE OF KEYWORD?**
ONLY 
NECC


**TRANSLATE INTO IF/THEN**
ONLY E ARE F 
F > E


**TRANSLATE INTO IF/THEN**
G ONLY IF H 
G > H


**TRANSLATE INTO IF/THEN**
NO I UNLESS J 
I > J


**TRANSLATE INTO IF/THEN**
NO K IS L 
K > (L)


**TRANSLATE INTO IF/THEN**
x is always y 
x>y


**TRANSLATE INTO IF/THEN**
all x are y 
x>y


**TRANSLATE INTO IF/THEN**
Every x is y 
x > y


What formula disguise is the following? "If B doesn't happen, then A can't either"

If/then
~B → ~A = A → B (CP) 

What formula disguise is the following? "A can't occur without B"

If/then
~B → ~A = A → B (CP) 

What formula disguise is the following? "You can't do A unless you do B"

If/then
~B → ~A = A → B (CP) 

What formula disguise is the following? "There are no A's without B's"

If/then
Only if B then A = A → B 

WHat formula disguise is the following? "Only B's are A's"

If/then
Only if B then A = A → B 

Write If A then B

if A >B


Write All C are D

if C >D


Only E are F

if F>E


G only if H

if G>H


No I unless J

if I then J


No K is L

if K>not L


M if N or if O

if N >M
if O >M or N or O >M 

M if N or if O

if N >M
if O >M if N or O >M 

All C are D

if C > D


Only E are F

if F >E


G only if H

if G >H


No I unless J

if I >J


if P or Q, then niether R nor S

P or Q > not R and Not S


T if, but only if, U

T <> U


All except Z are Y

if not Y > Z


Either Y or Z

not Y >Z


Y needs Z

if Y > Z


Z is needed for Y

if Y then Z


No Y unless Z

if Y > Z


Y depends on Z

Y > Z


Without Z, Y

not Z > Y


X if, but only if, Y

X>Y and Y>X


No X are Y

if X > not Y
