LOGIC, SETS, AND FUNCTIONS
LOGIC, SETS, AND FUNCTIONS PHL 313K
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Date Created: 09/07/15
Second Test Review Translation 1 Be able to translate simple categorical statements involving every some none 2 Be able to translate sentences containing two deterrniners like every student likes a teacher 3 Be able to translate categorical staternents containing terms with attributive adjectives relative clauses and prepositional phrases 4 Be able to distinguish between all amp only and between every and any 5 Recognize translations of at least two at least three at most one at most two 6 Be able to translate a donkey sentence a sentence containing everyall or an if then conditional with an anaphoric pronoun in the consequent that is linked with an existential determiner a or some in the antecedent 7 Be able to recognize which sentences are equivalent by the rights of passage 8 Be able to translate sentences containing only plus a proper name and sentences containing superlatives Interpretations Be able to compute the truth value of formulas given an interpretation model consisting of a domain assignment of sets of ntuples to nary predicates and of elements of the domain to constants Proofs in predicate logic 1 Whenever the Show line has a universal quanti er as main connective do a universal proof Always use a new constant 2 Recognize that Existential Exploitation requires the use of a new constant 3 Be able to apply both Existential Introduction and Identity Exploitation recognizing that in each case one can replace some or all of the occurrences of a term 4 Do existential exploitations as soon as possible After each EE check every available line with a main universal quanti er and decide whether to do a UE with the new constant 5 When doing Universal Exploitation and Identity Exploitations try to match patterns triggering sentential logic rules Remember you can instantiate or substitute using complex terms not just constants
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