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What is the LSAT term for an only-if relationship?
Neccesity
Describe neccesity in terms of an only-if relationship
The "if" is neccesary or required in order for the "then" to happen
What is the relationship b/t an if/then and an only-if relationship?
Opposites and reversals

If/then ↔ Only-if
What is the functional meaning of an only-if relationship?
Reverse if/then
Only-ifs never
Just lose the only
Only-ifs always
Drop the only and reverse
Given "Only if J then K" what is true?
If K then J
If not J then not K (CP)
Given "Only if J then K" what is maybe?
If J then K
If not K then not J
Given "Only if J then K" then...
If K then J (T)
If not J then not (T)
If J then K (M)
If not K then not J (M)
Given "Only if J then K" what is an Andrew Method example?
Only if we eat will we survive