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# Exercises - 2. Since (1+1) is a term, (1+1)X(1+1) is also a...

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1.7 Rotated 90 Rotated 180 Rotated 270 1 FALSE FALSE FALSE 2 FALSE FALSE FALSE 3 FALSE FALSE TRUE 4 FALSE TRUE TRUE 5 FALSE FALSE FALSE 6 FALSE TRUE FALSE 1.13 Leibniz ʼ s Bolzano ʼ s Boole ʼ s Wittgenstein ʼ s 1 TRUE TRUE FALSE FALSE 2 TRUE TRUE TRUE TRUE 3 TRUE TRUE TRUE FALSE 4 TRUE TRUE FALSE TRUE 5 FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE 6 TRUE TRUE TRUE TRUE 7 TRUE TRUE TRUE TRUE 8 TRUE FALSE FALSE FALSE 9 TRUE TRUE TRUE FALSE 10 TRUE TRUE FALSE TRUE 1.20 1. 0 is a term by clause 1. (0+0) is also a term by clause 2. So, the term (0+0) is referring to 0. 2. 1, 0 are terms by clause 1. (1X0) is term by clause 2 and referring to 0. So, 0 and (1X0) are terms. (0+(1X0)) is also a term by clause 2 and it is referring to 0. 3. 1 is a term by clause 1. So, (1+1) is also a term by clause 2 and referring

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Unformatted text preview: 2. Since (1+1) is a term, (1+1)X(1+1) is also a term referring to number 4. Since, 2 and 4 is term(shown previously), (2+4) is also a term by clause 2 and referring to 6. 4. Since 1 is a term by clause 1, (1X1) is a term by clause 2 and referring to 1. By repeating those two clauses, ((1X1)X1) is also a term by clause 2 DongHa Bahn 21342065 1 and referring to 1. Thus, (((1X1)X1)X1) is also a term by clause 2 and referring to 1. DongHa Bahn 21342065 2...
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## This note was uploaded on 09/03/2010 for the course PHILOS 12A taught by Professor Fitelson during the Fall '08 term at Berkeley.

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Exercises - 2. Since (1+1) is a term, (1+1)X(1+1) is also a...

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