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## Logic I Notes, Week 3, Class 09/01

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# Logic I Notes, Week 3, Class 09/01 PHL 1100

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These notes contain: Answers to Homework #4 More review and practice of conditionals De Morgan's Law How to use truth tables to complete calculations
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Logic I
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Dr. Patrick Rardin
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logic, Rardin, Amanda, Horsley, truth tables, Conditionals, demorgan
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Date Created: 09/07/16
Logic 1 Week 3 09/01 Hw #4 Answers Pg 299 B­24. T Pg 308 A­6. F A­7. T A­8. T A­9. F B­2. A כ (B ᵛ C) B­3. A כ (B ∙ C) B­4. (A כ B) ∙ C B­5. (A ∙ B)כ C In class, we reviewed properties of conditionaכ) ( ie) not commutative, “if” vs. “only if” Key Things to Remember Focus on syntax “if” is an antecedent word, “only if” is a consequent word Practice Problems from Text Done in Class Pg. 309 *B­10. ~[A כ (B ∙ C)] *B­15. B כ (A ᵛ C) *B­20. C ᵛ B *B­25. ~(C ᵛ D) כ (~B ᵛ A) Logic 1 Week 3 09/01 De Morgan’s Law ~(p ∙ q) means the same thing as (~p ᵛ ~q) ~(p ᵛ q) means the same thing as (~p ∙ ~q) If A on final The sentences mean F  It is not the case that A for final and not A for course. ~(F ∙ ~C) are just written differently. Using Truth Tables to Perform Calculations Four Basic Truth Tables Negation Conjunction Disjunction Conditional p ~p p q p ∙ q p q p ᵛ q p q p ͻ q T F T T T T T T T T T F T T F F T F T T F F F T F F T T F T T F F F F F F F F T Connected Calculations p q p ᵛ q ~(p ᵛ q) p ∙ q ~(p ∙ q) ~p ᵛ ~q ~p ∙ ~q pכ q ~(p ∙ ~q) T T T F T F F F T T T F T F F T T F F F F T T F F T T F T T F F F T F T T T T T *Highlighted columns of the same color have the same truth values, and therefore follow De  Morgan’s Law HOMEWORK # 5 DUE 09/06: PG 308 A 11+12, B 11­19, Read 8.4 REMEMBER NOT TO DO THE * PROBLEMS Logic 1 Week 3 09/01 Hw #4 Answers Pg 299 B-24. T Pg 308 A-6. F A-7. T A-8. T A-9. F B-2. A כ (B ᵛ C) B-3. A כ (B · C) B-4. (A כ B) · C B-5. (A · B)כ C In class, we reviewed properties of conditionals ( ie) not commutative, “if” vs. “only if” Key Things to Remember Focus on syntax “if” is an antecedent word, “only if” is a consequent word Practice Problems from Text Done in Class Pg. 309 *B-10. ~[A כ(B · C)] *B-15. B כ (A ᵛ C) *B-20. C ᵛ B *B-25. ~(C ᵛ D) כ (~B ᵛ A) Logic 1 Week 3 09/01 De Morgan’s Law ~(p · q) means the same thing as (~pᵛ ~q) ~(p ᵛ q) means the same thing as (~p · ~q) If A on final then A for cכCrse. F The sentences mean the It is not the case that A for final and not A for course. ~(F · ~C)hey are just written differently. Using Truth Tables to Perform Calculations Four Basic Truth Tables Negation Conjunction Disjunction Conditional p ~p p q p · q p q p ᵛ q p q p ͻ q T F T T T T T T T T T F T T F F T F T T F F F T F F T T F T T F F F F F F F F T Connected Calculations p q p ᵛ q ~(p ᵛ q) p · q ~(p · q) ~p ᵛ ~q ~p · ~כq ~(p · ~q) T T T F T F F F T T T F T F F T T F F F F T T F F T T F T T F F F T F T T T T T *Highlighted columns of the same color have the same truth values, and therefore followDe Morgan’s Law HOMEWORK # 5 DUE 09/06: PG 308 A 11+12, B 11-19, Read 8.4 REMEMBER NOT TO DO THE * PROBLEMS

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