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translation+practice+solutions - Ill be home in time for...

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I’ll be home in time for dinner unless I either get caught up at work or traffic is unusually bad. D v (C v T) D = I’ll be home in time for dinner C = I get caught up at work T = traffic is unusually bad. If you don’t get a job this summer, then you should take a trip to Europe if you can afford to. ~J (A T) J = you get a job this summer T = you should take a trip to Europe A = you can afford to It is necessary for you to pass through a metal detector in order to enter the courthouse. C P P = you pass through a metal detector E = you enter the courthouse. Matt finishing the race in 7 minutes or less is sufficient to qualify for the race and to earn him the respect of John. (M v L) (Q E) M = Matt finishing the race in 7 minutes L = Matt finishing the race in less than 7 minutes Q = qualifying for the race E = earn him the respect of John. John isn’t always reasonable about his judgments of people, and only if Mary manages to impress him will he accept her into the group. ~J
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2011 for the course PHIL 10 taught by Professor Churchland during the Fall '08 term at UCSD.

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