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# l11soln - CS 245 Winter 2009 Solution Set for Lecture 11...

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CS 245 Winter 2009 Solution Set for Lecture 11 Nissanke Ch. 8 Exercise 8.1 (p. 109) We use the environment and interpretation as given in Example 8.1 if the text. H = { Adam,Eve,Rosalyn,Pele,Mario } We only list the propositions that hold true. equal ( Adam , Adam ) = T male ( Adam ) = T greedy ( Adam ) = T kind ( Mario ) = T equal ( Pele , Pele ) = T male ( Pele ) = T greedy ( Pele ) = T kind ( Eve ) = T equal ( Rosalyn , Rosalyn ) = T male ( Mario ) = T equal ( Eve , Eve ) = T equal ( Mario , Mario ) = T 1. x : H • ¬ male ( x ) kind ( x ) I [[ x : H • ¬ male ( x ) kind ( x )]] e = (NOT male ( Adam ) IMP kind ( Adam )) AND (NOT male ( Eve ) IMP kind ( Eve )) AND (NOT male ( Rosalyn ) IMP kind ( Rosalyn )) AND (NOT male ( Pele ) IMP kind ( Pele )) AND (NOT male ( Mario ) IMP kind ( Mario )) = (NOT T IMP F) AND (NOT F IMP T) AND (NOT F IMP F) AND (NOT T IMP F) AND (NOT T IMP T) = F 1

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2. x : H greedy ( x ) male ( x ) ∧ ¬ kind ( x ) I [[ x : H greedy
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## This note was uploaded on 10/23/2009 for the course CS 245 taught by Professor A during the Spring '08 term at Waterloo.

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