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PHIL 110, Logic Instructor: Merritt Second Exam, Review Guide The Second Exam will cover chapters 2 and 3, but you are still responsible for knowing information from chapters 1 and 4. You will be allowed ONE sheet of notebook paper (front and back) with any information you wish to put on that paper, including rules, example proofs, and connectives/meanings. This is NOT a cheat sheet – if you don’t know how to use those rules, you will not be able to complete the proofs on the test. As to what you need to know: Definitions: You should be able to define: - Valid Argument - Invalid Argument - Sound Argument - Valid Argument Form - Invalid Argument Form
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Unformatted text preview: (There will be one section of definitions where I will ask you to define some or all of these terms.) Proofs: Be able to construct syntactic proofs demonstrating that the given sequents or theorems are valid, using all the rules we have learned in PL: -Premise Introduction- I/E-MP, MT, CP/A-I/E-DNI/DNE-vI/vE-RAA (You will have a couple proofs in which no assumptions are necessary ie-you can derive the conclusion directly from the premises and then a few medium difficulty proofs that will require one or more assumptions, and then a couple difficult proofs, combining assumption strategies, nesting assumptions, etc.)...
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This note was uploaded on 06/23/2011 for the course PHIL 110 taught by Professor ? during the Fall '06 term at South Carolina.

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