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Unformatted text preview: H & T • EXERCISE #6. I am hungry or I am tired. ANSWER: H v T • EXERCISE #7. It is not both the case that I am hungry and tired. ANSWER: ~ (H & T) • EXERCISE #8. If I am not hungry, then I am tired. ANSWER: ~ H → T • EXERCISE #9. It is not the case that if I am hungry, then I am tired. ANSWER: ~ (H → T) • EXERCISE #10. I am hungry if and only if I am not tired. ANSWER: H ↔ ~ T • EXERCISE #11. H v (H & T). ANSWER: I am hungry OR the case that I am hungry AND I am tired. • EXERCISE #12. ~ (H v T) ANSWER: It is not the case that I am hungry, OR I am tired. • EXERCISE #13. ~ T → ~ H ANSWER: If I am not hungry, then I am not tired. • EXERCISE #14. ~ H & ~ T ANSWER: I am not hungry, AND I am not tired....
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This note was uploaded on 02/11/2012 for the course HUMN 210 taught by Professor Mrfranklin during the Spring '11 term at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine & Science.
- Spring '11