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Your conclusion requested (Posted on 2016-11-03) Difficulty: 3 of 5
i. If there is a king in the hand then there is an ace, or if there isn’t a king in the hand then there is an ace, but not both.
ii. There is a king in the hand.

Given the above premises, what can you infer?

No Solution Yet Submitted by Ady TZIDON    
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  Subject Author Date
SolutionA better wayollie2016-11-17 13:32:58
At least one thing we can inferollie2016-11-13 15:38:53
re(4): Answer .... to your questionsCharlie2016-11-12 15:07:54
Solutionre(3): Answer .... to your questionsSteve Herman2016-11-12 14:15:20
Some Thoughtsre: AnswerAdy TZIDON2016-11-11 13:10:51
Some Thoughtsre(2): Answer .... to your questionsAdy TZIDON2016-11-11 13:06:02
re: AnswerCharlie2016-11-10 15:43:37
SolutionAnswerMath Man2016-11-10 11:07:07
Some ThoughtsMy conclusionCharlie2016-11-03 09:22:32
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