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Consider the following (standard)  interpretation on the natural numbers:  0 S(x,y)   “y is the successor of x” P(x,y,z) 5  “x + y = z” M(x,y,z) 5  “x * y = z”  
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Write down wffs that formalize the following: n x is even n x is larger than y n x is divisible by y n x is prime n x and y have a common prime factor n x is a square root of y
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Section 8.3
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  • Spring '11
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  • Master subtitle style, common prime factor, Relativized quantifiers Many­sorted, Common quantificational forms

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