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# quantifiers2_lecture - Example Problems: There are Hokies...

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Example Problems: There are Hokies who do not like Wahoos. Solution: Let x be an element in the domain H of all Hokies and the predicate be P(x)= x likes Wahoos () x x H Px ∈∧ Negate: [() ] [ , ( ) ] , ] x x H xx H ∈ ∧ ≡ ∀ ≡∀  All Hokies like Wahoos Everybody loves Science Fiction Solution: Let x be an element in the domain D of all people and the predicate be P(x)= x loves SIFI , xx D ∀ ∈→ Negate: [ , ) ] [() ] x x D Px x x D ∈ → ∈ ∨ ≡∃ There is at least one person who does not love SIFI Hardly anybody likes tornados. Solution: Let x be an element in the domain D of all people and the predicate be P(x)= x likes tornados. x x D Px Few people play the harp. Not everyone wants to go.

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## This note was uploaded on 02/03/2010 for the course MATH 2534 taught by Professor Mpmcquain during the Spring '07 term at Virginia Tech.

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