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Unit 3 Practice Exam - 14 The only HAPPY MEN are SINGLE MEN[5 15 All MEN and WOMEN are HUMANS[5 Section B[Out of 35 covers material from chapter 7

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Unit 3 Practice Exam: Using the suggested abbreviations (the capitalized words), translate each of the following into the language of predicate logic: Section A: covers material from chapter 6 1. KAY is a JUNIOR. [2] 2. BARRY and JESS are SOPHOMORES [3] 3. MOSES does not LOVE WALTER. [3] 4. If MARK is HAPPY, then BARRY is SAD [4] 5. Everything is PERMITTED. [2] 6. Nothing is GOOD. [3] 7. Some STUDENT is not TALL. [3] 8. Not every MAN is EVIL. [3] 9. Every TEACHER is not HAPPY [4] 10. No BISHOPS are RELIGIOUS [4] 11. Not every HAPPY CAT is LAZY. [5] 12. Not every CLEVER FRESHMAN is an AMBITIOUS STUDENT. [6] 13. Only CITIZENS are PATRIOTS [5]
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Unformatted text preview: 14. The only HAPPY MEN are SINGLE MEN [5] 15. All MEN and WOMEN are HUMANS. [5] Section B: [Out of 35]: covers material from chapter 7: 1. JAY RESPECTS no one. [3] 2. Everyone is RESPECTED by someone or other. [4] 3. There is someone who is not RESPECTED by everyone. [5] 4. No one fails to RESPECT someone or other. [4] 5. Not every FRESHMAN LOVES someone. [6] 6. There is no one who is HATED by every PROFESSOR. [6] 7. Some PROFESSOR fails to RESPECT every STUDENT. [7] 8. Everyone PROFESSOR who RESEPCTS some STUDENT fails to RESPECT every STUDENT....
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This note was uploaded on 09/15/2011 for the course PHILOSOPHY 201 taught by Professor Morgan during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.

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Unit 3 Practice Exam - 14 The only HAPPY MEN are SINGLE MEN[5 15 All MEN and WOMEN are HUMANS[5 Section B[Out of 35 covers material from chapter 7

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