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Assume that "P" and "Q" are logic propositions. I want to say "Since Q is true, so P is true". I want to say this, like one of the two sentences below. Which one is true (better)?
P follows by Q.
P follows from Q.
B follows from A
means that B can be derived logically from A.
"Follows from" is idiomatic.
Required, but never shown