The first non-universal quantifiers we are going to look at are called existential quantifiers, statements introduced by the word “some,” and other terms that carry the same meaning. Here is an example: Some hydrangeas are purple Unlike the conditional statements we have looked at, this doesn’t tell you that everything in a certain domain (here: “hydrangeas”)
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