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# Do you use the contrapositive in CR?

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24 Jun 2010, 14:08
Or is that only for LSAT?
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25 Jun 2010, 04:58
Yes in the GMAT contrapositive logic can actually help you with some question types, especially the ones with cause-effect scenarios. Something like - if cause then effect ; so if no effect then no cause.
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