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"Homework #5 Solutions Philosophy 12A November 24, 2008 Page 158 #6. `If Fermat was a French mathematician, then he was famous.' Our domain of discourse (D), predicates (R, M, F ), and individual constant (i.e., the proper name of the individual person Fer"
"Homework #2 Solutions September 29, 2008 Page 19: Exercises 1, 3, 5 & 12. 1. E: Van Gogh's pictures are the world's most valuable. P : Van Gogh's pictures are the world's most profound. Final symbolization: E & P . 3. Same lexicon as in (1). Final symboli"
"' Branden Fitelson Philosophy 12A Notes 1 ' $ Branden Fitelson Philosophy 12A Notes 2 $ Overview of Today's Lecture Music: Today - Bob Marley, Acoustic Medley Administrative Stuff (lots of it) Course Website/Syllabus [i.e., syllabus handout] Textbook & S"
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"Branden Fitelson ' Philosophy 12A Notes 1 Announcements & Such $ Branden Fitelson ' Philosophy 12A Notes An Example of a Natural Deduction Involving & and A&B The following is a valid LSL argument form: C &D (A & D) H H $ 2 Miles Davis (with Coltrane): "
"The Natural Deduction Rules and Truth-Table Definitions (Mid-Term) Rule of Assumptions: j (j) p Assumption (or: Premise) Rule of Double Negation (DN): a1 ,. . . , an a1 ,. . . , an (j) . . . (k) p p j DN where p may be any formula. Rule of &-Elimination ("
"8: Sequent and Theorem Introduction 127 8: Sequent and Theorem Introduction 127 ! Exercises ! Exercises I Some sequents exhibited below are substitution-instances of sequents in I Some sequents exhibited below are substitution-instances of sequents the li"
"Philosophy 12A Homework #4 Solutions 11/14/08 These are the shortest proofs I have seen. (III.3) Problem is: A(AB) 1 1 (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) A AB A(AB) A(AB) A(AB) Ass (I) 1 SI (PMI) 1,2 I 3 SI (IMP) 4 SI (SDN) (III.5) Problem is: (AB)(AB)A) 1 2 3 2,3 1,3 1"
"Our Axiom (1) Can't Be Derived from Skyrms's Six "Rules" Branden Fitelson 02/10/07 The argument has three steps: Step 1. Skyrms's six rules can be derived from Axioms (2) and (3). You will show this on your first problem set. Step 2. Axiom (1) can't"
"Notes on KAIL Chapter 10 11/15/06 (B.F.) This is a very long, technical, and difficult chapter. There is no hope of going through it all in one seminar. Instead, my comments (and Mike's comments) will focus on a few issues that are central to TW's di"
"A principle may be different from that of utility in two ways: 1. By being constantly opposed to it, termed as the principle of asceticism. 2. By being sometimes opposed to it, and sometimes not, as it may happen, termed as the principle of sympathy and a"
"PART 3 THERMODYNAMICS TEMPERATURE AND HEAT Solution Temperature dierences on the Fahrenheit and Celsius scales are related by TF = (9/5) TC , so ( 9 ) 5 (10 C ) = 18 F. (Note that a temperature dierence and a temperature reading are not the same, even tho"
"TLC Lab Report (09-Apr-2007) Norbert Wang GSI: N. Stephanopoulos 105 Purpose: To learn how to use Thin Layer Chromatography (TLC) to identify components in an unknown analgesic. Choosing the Solvents: TLC tests a compound's preference over a statio"
"CHAPTER 17 SOUND AND OTHER WAVE PHENOMENA How many miles away did the ash occur? Neglect the travel time for the light (why?) ActivPhysics can help with these problems: Activities 10.3, 10.4, 10.5, 10.6, 10.8, 10.9 Sections 17-1 and 17-2: Sound Waves and "
"PROBLEM 6.1 Using the method of joints, determine the force in each member of the truss shown. State whether each member is in tension or compression. SOLUTION FBD Truss: M B = 0: ( 6.25 m ) C y - ( 4 m )( 315 N ) = 0 Fy = 0: By - 315 N + C y = 0 "
"Experiment 9 Determining Ksp and Thermodynamic Parameters Chemistry 1A GSI: Jennifer Yen Name: Emily Mou Partner: Niema R. August 1, 2007 Purpose: Observe the effect of temperature on the solubility product (Ksp) and thermodynamic parameters (H en"
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