Modus Ponens Recap In the last lesson, we made our first basic inference using conditional statements. This was called modus ponens. As a quick recap, modus ponens is an inference you can make when you have two elements: 1. A conditional statement 2. Another statement telling you that the sufficient condition of the conditional statement is true. Here
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