Logic Terminology

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For anyone who has taken discreet math are there any easy ways of remembering all the terms for the condition statement?

I added the terms in the paint doc.
 

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For me most of those are easy. For example, "q is necessary for p" means you will never have Q false and P true. So that means P → Q because this means you will never have P true and Q false, the same thing.

I suppose the easy way is to learn what the English words mean.
 

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