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What is the LSAT term for an if & only if relationship?

Mutually Inclusive


What are the functional meanings of an if & only if relationship? (Use P & Q)

"P and Q always together"
"P equals Q" "P interchangable with Q" "PQ mutually inclusive" "If P then Q and vice versa" 

What is my picture for an if & only if relationship?
(Use P & Q) 
P=Q


Given "If and only if P then Q" then...

If P then Q (T)
If Q then P (T) If not Q then not P (T) If not P then Not Q(T) 

What disguised formula is the following? "If P then Q and vice versa"

If & only if


What disguised formula is the following? "If P, and only if P then Q"

If & only if


What disguised formula is the following? "Either both P and Q are selected or neither"

If & only if


What disguised formula is the following? "P, if and only if Q"

If & only if


What disguised formula is the following? "If P doesn't happen, then neither does Q and vice versa"

If & only if


What disguised formula is the following? "If either P or Q occurs, then the other must occur"

If & only if


What disguised formula is the following? "If either P or Q then both"

If & only if
