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  1. bangawking000 profile image59
    bangawking000posted 8 years ago

    there is a book on logic that we use in our school. everything in it is just soooo difficult to understand. The book is made by our teacher in the university. I really cant pull out what it means

    here is the paragraph.

    "In complete Inversion, The quality is unchanged, but the predicate is the contrary as the case of the original predicate. by complete inversion A is inverted to I and E to O"

    is the paragraph comprehensive or not? .

    1. bangawking000 profile image59
      bangawking000posted 8 years agoin reply to this

      I think its allot easier to use illustrations. . .people making books are just making things harder for everyone

  2. errum fattah profile image54
    errum fattahposted 8 years ago

    oh! my book is more difficult to understand... it says

    if A is the multiple inverse of B and C is additive inverse of A then whats the value of B when dividing it by using cranaer's rule( i dont think there is division in craner's rule)..its very difficult..

  3. dogluver1 profile image60
    dogluver1posted 8 years ago

    Good luck guys!

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    Justine76posted 8 years ago

    whoah, sorry guys. That stinks. sad

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    Lecieposted 8 years ago

    way over my head...sorry i reccomend a mathmatician. if you can find one.lol