Can someone help me with predicate logic?
It's basically logic where it involves inference rules and the other rules.
Translate this passage from Julius Caesar's "Commentarii de Bello Gallico"
12. Flumen est Arar, quod per fines Haeduorum et Sequanorum in Rhodanum influit, incredibili lenitate, ita ut oculis in utram partem fluat iudicari non possit. Id Helvetii ratibus ac lintribus... more
Show that ¬[q∧ ( p → ¬ q ) ] → p ≡ ( p ⋁ q ) using equivalence laws.
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Is there a logical fallacy here and if so, which is it?
“If black people getting murdered happens all the time, and is systemic, why are you only crying out against it now?”What is his argument that is put forth? Black murders have always been a... more
Rules of Inference Validity
I'm confused in the equations. Can you help me to find this validity using rules of inference methods or resolution principle?
Translating the following statement in FOL
“A number x is composite (P(x)) if and only if x is divisible by some number y (Q(x, y)) other than 1 or itself, and x is not composite if and only if there does not exist any number y such that y... more
No knives are firearmsAll Guns are firearms 1) No Guns are knives2) Some Guns are knives3) Some Guns are not knives4) None of the above conclusions are valid.Please explain the answer and the rule... more
1. (L ↔️ N) ➡️ C 2. (L ↔️ N) v (P ➡️ ~E) 3. ~E ➡️ C 4. ~C / ~P
What are the Latin words for service, savior, slave
Do they all have a common stem ?
english to latin translation
Can someone translate it the following sentences in latin The shield of Achilles is round. It shows two cities. The first city is peaceful. There are many weddings. A man was murdered and there is... more
An adjective has to have the same ending as the noun it modifies.
Natural Deduction Proofs. Using Modus Ponens (MP), Modus Tollens (MT), Hypothetical Syllogism (HS), or Disjunctive Syllogism (DS)
Problem One 1. (J v R) ⊃ ~C 2. C v ( U ⊃ P) 3 . J v R / U ⊃ P Problem Two 1. U ⊃ [ U ⊃ ( B ⊃ ~ N)} 2. ( E v ~ J) ⊃ B 3. ~ U ⊃ ~ B 4. E v ~ J / ~ N
How do i Prove the following through natural deduction
Using conjunction elimination/introduction; disjunction elimination/introduction; contidional elimination/introduction, negation elimination/introduction; biconditional... more