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Date Created: 03/05/15
Ewtmplea Chap 73 Using Truth Tables to Evaluate Arguments 1500 Intro to Logic To evaluate arguments using truth tables 1Generate all possible truth value assignments for atomic components list statement lieters in the order in which they appear 0 Two truth values true false 0 2quotn where n is the number of atomic components 0 In column nearest to vertical line alternate T F T F ect 0 Next column alternate in twos T T F F TT F F ect 0 Third column from vertical line alternate in fours TT T T F F F F ect 2 Write steps of the argument on the line at the top 3 Fill in columns under each step of the argument using truth conditions 4 Circle columns under main operator of each premise and conclusion 5 Look for row where all premises are true with a false conclusion mark with star o If there is then the argument is invalid 9H can i i 4 St 6 P 9L 1 MM 9 E W M A g r j R W E s equot 3 Q 2 ifquot i 4quot v S g y a E f gr g j I f WI I l r T l arms idem r i i l quot r i 4 gl 4 41 i1 1 1 H r i k r r V E I a Equot V 1 7 quot 4 f 5 w r a I 1 44F ragw md air r I my 7 r V quot 7 7 a i V w V f Y I J AEL m r Ire r7 I J 1 4 I r w 39 quot39 3 V quot7 k w w l 1 l 39 7 4r 3
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