It is what you get in an inference, after negating both sides. That is, if you have a statement such as: if a then b the inverse of this statement is: if not a then not b Note that the inverse is NOT equivalent to the original statement.
The word 'negate' means to 'nullify' or to 'render ineffective'. Negating can be used to deny the existence or truth of something.
There is nothing in Lightning Vortex's text that says it cannot be negated, either negating the activation or negating the effect.
Just because a word exists doesn't mean it has an antonym. Would the opposite of "grandchild" be "grandparent" (negating the direction of the relationship) or "random unrelated person" (negating the relationship itself)?
"contrapositive" refers to negating the terms of a statement and reversing the direction of inference. It is used in proofs. An example makes it easier to understand: "if A is an integer, then it is a rational number". The contrapositive would be "if A is not a rational number, then it cannot be an integer". The general form, then, given "if A, then B", is "if not B, then not A". Proving the contrapositive generally proves the original statement as well.
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Incred is not a root word. It is a root with a negating prefix.
The negating prefix un- comes from from the Indo-European root *ne, meaning "no" or "not."
Yes, the word negate is a verb.Some other verbs are negates, negating and negated.