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Unformatted text preview: if any, does each proposition imply about whether you pass the course? (B) State the converse, inverse, and contrapositive of “barking dogs don’t bite.” 1.2: 26, 30, 40 1.3: 10(d,e), 16, 60(a,b,c) 1.4: 24(d), 28(c,d,h), 36(d) 1.5: 24, and part (d) of 1.3 Ex. 60 1.6: 8, 16, 28 1.7: 4, 22, 24 2.1: 36 2.2: 36 2.3: 16, 40, plus: (C) Prove or ﬁnd a counterexample to each statement: (i) If f ◦ g is onetoone, then g is onetoone; (ii) If f ◦ g is onetoone, then f is onetoone. 2.4: 32(b,c), 40 Ground rules: You are welcome to discuss the problems and your ideas for solving them with your classmates, but you must write up your solutions on your own, without copying from solutions worked out by others or from material found on the web. Homework is due on Mondays in discussion sections, or delivered to your section instructor by 4:00pm (the ending time of the last discussion section)....
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This note was uploaded on 08/16/2010 for the course MATH 55 taught by Professor Strain during the Fall '08 term at Berkeley.
 Fall '08
 STRAIN
 Math

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