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PENSAMIENTO LÓGICO Y MATEMÁTICO (UNIDAD 2: PASO 2 – USO DE LAS TABLAS DE VERDAD, MOMENTO INTERMEDIO) ANGIE LORENA GUZMÁN SALAZAR 1.075'681.039 DELFINA REYES 200611_30 UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL ABIERTA Y A DISTANCIA (UNAD) ESCUELA DE CIENCIAS SOCIALES, ARTES Y HUMANIDADES CCAV ZIPAQUIRÁ PSICOLOGÍA 2017

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El presente trabajo se realiza con la finalidad de conocer y aplicar la Lógica Proposicional, Tablas de Verdad en Proposiciones Compuestas, Álgebra de Proposiciones, Tautologías, Contradicciones y Contingencias, Proposiciones Categóricas y Silogismos en la vida real.

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ETAPA 1: TAUTOLOGÍAS, CONTRADICCIONES Y CONTINGENCIAS Con cinco conectivas lógicas básicas se construyen proposiciones compuestas que pueden ser tautologías, contradicciones o contingencias.
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