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Problem 19E

Problem 19E

Rewrite the statement “No good cars are cheap” in the form “∀x, if P(x) then ~Q(x).” Indicate whether each of the following arguments is valid or invalid, and justify your answers.

a. No good car is cheap.

    A Rimbaud is a good car.

    ∴ A Rimbaud is not cheap.

b. No good car is cheap.

    A Simbaru is not cheap.

   ∴ A Simbaru is a good car.

c. No good car is cheap.

   A VX Roadster is cheap.

   ∴ A VX Roadster is not good.

d. No good car is cheap.

    An Omnex is not a good car.

    ∴ An Omnex is cheap.

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Textbook: Discrete Mathematics with Applications
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Author: Susanna S. Epp
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