In mathematics, a condition that must be satisfied for a statement to be true and without which the statement cannot be true. For example, although no one can run for president of the United States unless he or she is thirty-five or older, simply being thirty-five is not a sufficient condition to be president. (Compare necessary condition.)
The abundance of memory-ideas, we know, is not a sufficient condition for creation; it is not even a necessary condition.
The first of these is called the "sufficient condition," and the second the "necessary condition."
It does not distinguish the necessary condition from the sufficient condition; the union is necessary, but not sufficient.
But it is not a sufficient condition, as appears from the instance of the drops in the sea.
It distinguishes for me the necessary condition with a sufficient condition, the union is necessary, but not sufficient.
The necessary and sufficient condition that the equation may be soluble by radicals is that its group should be a soluble group.
Perfect condition of the intelligence — is the one sufficient condition of virtue.