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### inferenceRulesQuantifiers

Course: COMP 280, Spring 2009
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module: Connexions m10774 1 partIVc: Inference rules for first-order logic Version 2.11: 2004/05/14 14:25:13.514 GMT-5 John Greiner Ian Barland This work is produced by The Connexions Project and licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution License Abstract How to reason with first-order formulas. partIVc: Inference rules for first-order logic 1 Inference with quantifiers Proving first-order sentences...

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