## Logic Resources

a) Alice is wise, if she is a doctor. b) If Alice spoke to Bob, then Eve overheard her. c) If Alice is wise, then she will be neither poor nor unhappy. d) Exactly two of Alice, Bob and...

∀n∈N, 1!3!…(2n+1)! > ((n+1)!)n+1 N stands for the natural numbers. I am having trouble manipulating the  ((n+1)!)n+1 term appropriately.

Which of the following formulae represent f?   Select one or more: A. (P ^ Q) v (Q ^ R) B. (¬P ^ ¬Q ^ R) v (P ^ Q ^ ¬R) C. (Q → P) v (R → Q) D. (R → (¬P ^ ¬Q))...

Anyone know if this statement is valid or invalid?  C→ (A v ~B) / (~A → D) → E / B v ~ D // C → E

Are these sets of statements: logically equivalent, contradictory, consistent or inconsistent?   F * M / ~(F v M )   ~K → L / K → ~L   Would really appreciate the...

Although both parts of the questions yield FALSE, can you tell me why it's illogical to state it this way:   (5 >10 && 5 <5)

One-tenth of the cars in a car park are yellow. Another car arrives and now one-ninth of the cars are yellow. How many cars are now in the car park?

1+4=5 2+5=12 3+6=21 8+11=   I have seen 3 examples of answers people say are correct    Example 1 answer 96   1×4=4+1=5 2×5=10+2=12 3×6=18+3=21 8×11=88+8=96   Example...