L7soln - CS 245 Winter 2009 Solution Set for Lecture 7 Kelly Ch 2 Note The solutions in Kelly don't number lines and list the rules used in each

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CS 245 Winter 2009 Solution Set for Lecture 7 Kelly Ch. 2 Note: The solutions in Kelly don’t number lines and list the rules used in each step. You should do this in your semantic tableaux proofs. Exercise 2.1 (p. 36) 1. In Kelly. 2. The set of formulas is consistent. One satisfying assignment is: v ( A ) = T ,v ( B ) = T 3. 1. A B 2. A B 3. ¬ B 4. ¬ A IMPLIES 1 5. A CLOSED 4,5 OR 2 6. B CLOSED 3,6 7. B CLOSED 3,7 Because the tableau is closed, the set of formulas is inconsistent. 4. The set of formulas is consistent. One satisfying assignment is: v ( A ) = F ,v ( B ) = F 5. The set of formulas is consistent. One satisfying assignment: v ( A ) = F ,v ( B ) = T ,v ( C ) = T ,v ( D ) = T 1
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6. 1. A B 2. B C 3. C D 4. A ∧¬ D 5. A 6. ¬ D AND 4 7. ¬ A CLOSED 5,7 IMPLIES 1 8. B 9. ¬ B CLOSED 8,9 IMPLIES 2 10. C 11. ¬ C CLOSED 10,11 IMPLIES 3 12. D CLOSED 6,12 Because the tableau is closed, the set of formulas is inconsistent. 7. In Kelly. 8. The set of formulas is consistent. One satisfying assignment is: v ( A ) = T ,v ( B ) = F ,v ( C ) = F 9. The set of formulas is consistent. A satisfying assignment is given by v ( A ) = F ,v ( B ) = T ,v ( C ) = T 10. Error in text. The set of formulas is consistent. A satisfying assignment is given by
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L7soln - CS 245 Winter 2009 Solution Set for Lecture 7 Kelly Ch 2 Note The solutions in Kelly don't number lines and list the rules used in each

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