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Unformatted text preview: 5. Do exercise 10, p. 28 (parts (a) and (b) only) 6. Do exercise 60, p.30 (parts (a) and (b) only) For #60, the definition of satisfiable is given just ahead of the problem. If the given compound proposition is satisfiable, demonstrate that by giving truth values for the variables that make the proposition evaluate to true. It the compound proposition is not satisfiable, explain why not. Do not use truth tables. Section 1.3, exercises on pp. 47 – 49 7. Do exercise 6, p. 47. 8. Do exercise 10, p. 47. (all parts except part (f)) 9. Do exercise 32, p.48. (Be sure to look at the solutions for exercise 33.) 10. Do exercise 44, p.49. M o r e o n b a c k → 2 Section 1.4, exercises on pp. 58 – 62 11. Do exercise 6, p.58. 12. Do exercise 12 (parts (d), (e), (i), (j), (k), and (o) only), p.59. 13. Do exercise 30, p. 61. For #30, if you are not sure about the instructions, see the instructions for exercise 31, which asks for the same thing. 14. Do exercise 40, p. 62....
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