Johanna G.

asked • 12/05/12

If Abe comes to the party, then Bill comes to the party; and if Bill comes to the party, then Carol comes to the party. (A, B, C)

Symbolic Logic , translate single statements, whole arguments, and to use the comparative method to determine validity or invalidity. I have to symbolize these statements by using the Letters provided in the parentheses.

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Seth M. answered • 12/09/15

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Maurice S. answered • 12/05/12

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Johanna G.

thank you , but do you think you'd know how to name the valid argument form used in each case [A . (R v S)] > [L v (E > M)] [A . (R v S)] [L v (E > M)]

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12/06/12

Maurice S.

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I would need to have some idea of what the letters refer to.  Do you have some more information about the question?  Does the question follow a lesson that contained references to the letters in the question?

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