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Strategy for INFERENCE CR

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Strategy for INFERENCE CR [#permalink] New post 28 Mar 2007, 08:45
Do you just read the passage and answer the question on what must be true? In doing so, not having assumptions or conclusions? Or, is there another strategy? Like doing the contrapasitive? any formula
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Re: Strategy for INFERENCE CR [#permalink] New post 28 Mar 2007, 08:58
IHATEMELGIBSON1 wrote:
Do you just read the passage and answer the question on what must be true? In doing so, not having assumptions or conclusions? Or, is there another strategy? Like doing the contrapasitive? any formula



inference = must be true.

you cant make assumptions.

i havent seen too much formal logic on the gmat.
I dont think the contrapositive is necessary in most cases.
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Re: Strategy for INFERENCE CR [#permalink] New post 28 Mar 2007, 12:22
CookieMonster wrote:
IHATEMELGIBSON1 wrote:
Do you just read the passage and answer the question on what must be true? In doing so, not having assumptions or conclusions? Or, is there another strategy? Like doing the contrapasitive? any formula



inference = must be true.

you cant make assumptions.

i havent seen too much formal logic on the gmat.
I dont think the contrapositive is necessary in most cases.


They say there is some type of formula or logic. Like the transitive property or contraposative. Or is it best to just go right to the questions after reading it
Re: Strategy for INFERENCE CR   [#permalink] 28 Mar 2007, 12:22
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