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Big B Tails Dogs _______________________ 87. Label the statements. c: We are going to have a Caesar salad. e: We buy some eggs. In symbolic form the argument is: c→e ~e ∴ ~c The argument is valid using modus tollens. 91. The argument is invalid. Wonderful V Italian villas Wise _______________________ Expensive 92. The argument is valid. ” P Logicians Presidential candidates © 2012 Cengage Learning. All Rights Reserved. May not be scanned, copied or duplicated, or posted to a publicly accessible website, in whole or in part.
29. The fog must lift or our flight will be canceled. 31. They offered me the contract and I didn’t accept. 33. Pigs have wings and they still can’t fly. 35. She traveled to Italy and she didn’t visit her relatives. 37. If x = –3, the first component is true and the second component is false. Thus this is a false statement. 39. Both components are true when x ≠ 0 and false when x = 0. Both components have the same truth value for any value of x, so this is a true statement. 41. The number 2 is a rational number.
2 1. 3. 5. 7. 9. True. p q F T r T p T 1 ∨ T 5 (~q F 2 False. p q F T r T (p F 1 ∧ F 6 q) T 2 ∨ F 7 False. p q F T r T [~ T 8 (p F 1 ∧ F 7 ~q) F 2 False. p q F T r T [(p F 1 ∧ F 7 ~q) F 2 False. p q F T r T [(p F 1 ∧ F 7 q) T 2 11. a. b. ∨ T 4 r) T 3 (~p T 3 ∨ F 8 ∧ F 8 ~q) F 4 ∧ F 5 ∨ T 9 r] T 3 ∧ F 10 (p F 4 ∧ F 6 ~r] F 3 ∧ F 9 (q T 4 ∧ T 6 r) T 5 ∨ F 10 (q T 5 r] T 3 ∨ F 11 [p F 4 ~r) F 5 ∧ F 9 ~r)] F 6 If p is false, then p ∧ (q ∨ r ) must be a false statement. For a conjunctive statement to be true, it is necessary that all components of the statement be true.