Homework_3 - Name Bryce McPhee C omputer Science 211 Fall...

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Unformatted text preview: Name: Bryce McPhee _____________________ C omputer Science 211 Fall 2011 Homework 3 Use this worksheet for your answers . They should be word processed unless this is impossible (otherwise - 5 points). Due: Friday, October 14 1. (5 points) Give a set-theoretic expression that denotes the shaded region of the following diagram: (AB) + (BC) 2. (5 points) Give a set-theoretic expression that denotes the shaded region of the following diagram. Note that A is contained in B . (C B) + (AC) The remaining problems involve giving a set-theoretic rendering of the following argument, composed by the author of Alice in Wonderland : a. A plum-pudding, that is not really solid, is mere porridge. b. Every plum-pudding, served at my table, has been boiled in a cloth. c. A plum-pudding that is mere porridge is indistinguishable from soup. d. No plum puddings are really solid, except what are served at my table....
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Homework_3 - Name Bryce McPhee C omputer Science 211 Fall...

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