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Questions 13-14 The dean of computing must be respected by

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They are called research professors. Meaning, they ARE professors.
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New post 02 Jun 2005, 23:12
Guess the university I attend works in a different way.

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Ok let's drop this battle. "Every" in C is not correct, in my opinion, as "all" in B and D.
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HongHu wrote:
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Ok let's drop this battle. "Every" in C is not correct, in my opinion, as "all" in B and D.


it was a nice battle though.. haha :lol: why is 'every' not correct ? I feel every and all means the same thing...

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My first choice was C. But I agree it is C.

But when you negate E it doesn't hurt the argument.

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The OA's are E and A.

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ywilfred wrote:
HongHu wrote:
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Ok let's drop this battle. "Every" in C is not correct, in my opinion, as "all" in B and D.


it was a nice battle though.. haha :lol: why is 'every' not correct ? I feel every and all means the same thing...


Yes every and all means the same thing, and they are both wrong.

If I say somebody who knows computers has to be a professor that has a phd degree in CS, I am not assuming that all professors that have a phd degree in CS knows computers. If I say X has to lead to Y, I'm not saying that every Y is X. If I say a girls has to be a person, I'm not saying all people are girls.
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HongHu wrote:
ywilfred wrote:
HongHu wrote:
:lol: :P
Ok let's drop this battle. "Every" in C is not correct, in my opinion, as "all" in B and D.


it was a nice battle though.. haha :lol: why is 'every' not correct ? I feel every and all means the same thing...


Yes every and all means the same thing, and they are both wrong.

If I say somebody who knows computers has to be a professor that has a phd degree in CS, I am not assuming that all professors that have a phd degree in CS knows computers. If I say X has to lead to Y, I'm not saying that every Y is X. If I say a girls has to be a person, I'm not saying all people are girls.


ah.. i got the point now.. thanks honghu ! you've proven yourself to be the best around here once more... :wink:

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