Words: All of the B's are A's.
Conditional: B -> A (
Words: None of the L's are B's.
Conditional: L ->
Why is it (C) and not (B)? I can see how both of them work.
(B): Some L's are not A's.
Using contrapositive of premise 1, L <-SOME->
(C): Some A's are not L's.
Using premise 1, B -> A <-SOME->
Don't see the difference between the logical conclusions reached by both answer choices...searched through a couple forums and didn't see anything. Anybody have a good answer for this?