Question for those with the Atlas LG Book

77to101
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Question for those with the Atlas LG Book

Postby 77to101 » Sun Jan 03, 2010 6:28 am

On the bottom of p. 160, it says that if G is out, then all we know is that W is also out. Don't we also know that L is out, since the logic chain goes from W out to L out? Is this simply a mistake on their part, or is there a reason I shouldn't assume that G being out also means L being out (via the logic chain of G out to W out to L out)?

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Re: Question for those with the Atlas LG Book

Postby aether » Sun Jan 03, 2010 1:49 pm

77to101 wrote:On the bottom of p. 160, it says that if G is out, then all we know is that W is also out. Don't we also know that L is out, since the logic chain goes from W out to L out? Is this simply a mistake on their part, or is there a reason I shouldn't assume that G being out also means L being out (via the logic chain of G out to W out to L out)?

It's a known error in the book.




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