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Unformatted text preview: MATH 55 MIDTERM 1, FALL 2010 (1) YOUR NAME: (2) Indicate which section you are in, below. square 89am, 151 Barrows, Noah Forman square 910am, 3102 Etcheverry, Charles Crissman square 1011am, 130 Wheeler, Charles Crissman square 1011am, 122 Barrows, Noah Forman square 121pm, 3109 Etcheverry, Rob Bayer square 12pm, 85 Evans, Rob Bayer square 34pm, 385 Leconte, Charles Crissman square 45pm, 183 Dwinelle, Rob Bayer (3) SCORE (each problem worth 25 points) Problem Score 1. 2. 3. 4. TOTAL 1 2 MATH 55 MIDTERM 1, FALL 2010 (1) Let J ( x ) , M ( x ) , B ( x ) be the statements “ x is a jabberwocky,” “ x is manx ome,” and “ x is beamish.” Express each of statements (a), (b), (c), using quantifiers; logical connectives; and J ( x ), M ( x ), B ( x ), where the domain consists of all creatures, real and imaginary. Then answer (d). Note: for the purpose of this exam, a jabberwocky is a creature. (a) No jabberwockies are manxome. (b) All manxome creatures are beamish. (c) No jabberwockies are beamish. (d) Does (c) follow from (a) and (b)? Solution : For parts (a), (b) and (c), many equivalent solutions would be acceptable. Below, I’ve listed one of the most literal solutions for each part....
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