dm-lec2-sets-p - Homework #1 [due: 9/7 11AM] Show all your...

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Sets and Logic hapter 1 Chapter 1 (1.2~1.3 Propositions) September 4, 2009 Homework #1 [due: 9/7 11AM] Show all your work in your homework. • Section 1.1 Exercises (p.12~13) – #50~54 – #87~90 – #94 • Section 1.2 Exercises (p.20~21) – #49~54 – #68,69,71,72 • Section 1.3 Exercises (p.31) – #75 jinah@cs.kaist.ac.kr CS204 Discrete Math (Fall 2009) 2 1.2 Propositions • Proposition – A sentence that is either true or false , but not both. Exercise : Which sentences are propositions? ) or every positive integer n there is a prime number larger a) For every positive integer n, there is a prime number larger than n. b) Earth is the only planet in the universe that contains life. ) re you a student? c) Are you a student? d) Bring me a cup of coffee. e) X+5 = 10 ohn loves Mary f) John loves Mary. g) It rains today. • In logic or philosophy, the term proposition refers to meaning ” of a meaningful declarative sentence. jinah@cs.kaist.ac.kr CS204 Discrete Math (Fall 2009) 3 Logic •L ogic: study of reasoning.
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