# Sentence examples for y from high-quality English sources.

• So now y wins with a majority, nine to six.

• Thus, given ‘x=x’, we have ‘∃y(y=x)’.

• Hence the Proposition “No x are y” means “Some x exist, and none of them are y”: i.e.

• As y increases, the point moves further up, away from the x and y meeting point, and when y decreases, the point moves down again.

• That is, each triple ⟨ x, y, f⟩ is a morphism from x to y.

• Then by Conditional Reflexivity, y is exactly located at y.

• For any x, y ∈ X, xRy means that x is socially weakly preferred to y.

• I cannot mistake X for Y unless I am able to formulate thoughts about X and Y.

# Use y in a sentence.

• But y, too has S. y must therefore have P as well and, hence, y=x (Leftow, 199–200).

• It follows from this definition, of course, that, if each individual prefers x to y then x is socially better than y.

• That is, let CC(x,y) denote the common causes of x and y, and PC(x) and PC(y) denote respectively their partial causes.

• For any two entities x and y, if x constitutes the very nature of y and y constitutes the very nature of x, then they are identical.

• An L-formula is called a Δ0-formula if it is equivalent to a formula in which all quantifiers are of the form ∀x∈y or ∃x∈y (i.e., ∀x(x∈y → …) or ∃x(x∈y ∧ …)).

• They entail, for example, that (given the assumptions of the theorems) knowing only the probability distribution on two variables X and Y, we can infer whether X causes Y or Y causes X.

• Spanish bayonet (Y. aloifolia), Spanish dagger (Y. gloriosa), and Adam’s needle (Y. filamentosa) are commonly cultivated as ornamentals for their unusual appearance and attractive flower clusters.

• Spanish bayonet (Y. aloifolia), Spanish dagger (Y. gloriosa), and Adam’s needle, or bear grass (Y. filamentosa), are commonly grown as ornamentals to showcase their unusual appearance and attractive flower clusters.

# y sentence examples

• McCain proposes an interventionist account of causation according to which (roughly) X causes Y if and only if were a change in X to occur, Y would change in a regular way (setting aside any other redundant causes of Y).

• Independence of irrelevant alternatives: For any two profiles and in the domain of F and any x, y ∈ X, if for all i ∈ N Ri's ranking between x and y coincides with R*i's ranking between x and y, then xRy if and only if xR*y.

• To see how these control-based and choice-based notions diverge, consider a Frankfurtian scenario in which Y comes about as a result of X’s choice, but X did not control whether Y came about because had X not chosen to bring about Y, then Y would have been realized through some alternative causal means (Frankfurt 1988).

• Thus, the Diagram, here given, exhibits the two Classes, whose respective Attributes are x and y, as so related to each other that the following Propositions are all simultaneously true:—“All x are y”, “No x are not-y”, “Some x are y”, “Some y are not-x”, “Some not-y are not-x”, and, of course, the Converses of the last four.

y

• noun communication

- the 25th letter of the Roman alphabet

## Use y in a sentence

On this page, there are 20 sentence examples for y. They are all from high-quality sources and constantly processed by lengusa's machine learning routines.

• 1 sentence examples for y from The Economist
• 14 sentence examples for y from Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
• 2 sentence examples for y from GutenbergBooks - Symbolic Logic by Lewis Carroll
• 1 sentence examples for y from BBC
• 2 sentence examples for y from Encyclopedia Britannica
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• • Relevant word or phrase for y is wye
• • Relevant word or phrase for y is Y

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