Compute the Euclidean norm, the sum norm, and the max norm of v.

Symbolic Logic Ch. 3: P: - Statement - Can either be true or false - Only two possible outcomes Q: - Statement - Can either be true or false - Only two possible outcomes Together they make four possible outcomes (Entire Table) P Q P^Q PvQ ~P P Q T T T T F T F F F F T T T F F T F F F T F T T T P^Q: - ^= And (Tip: ^ looks like a capital A) - Math term: conjunction - Rule: everything apart of the and (^) statement must be true in order to be true PvQ: - V=or; opposite - Math term: disjunction - Rule: only one part needs to be true in order to be fully true - The only scenario where PvQ will be false is when the whole statement/all parts are false ~P: - ~P= not P, the opposite of P - Math term: negation PQ: - Left to right - If then - PQ = conditional - if, then statement - Once P (left side) happens, Q (right side) must follow - The reverse of the statement does not always end up true - If the part of the statement is associated with “if” even if it is not on the literal left side, it is considered to be the left side; regardless of its placement - Only occasion that this statement can be false is whe