Study Guide for Discrete Math

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Study Guide for Discrete Math based on the questions in past test. This may not include everything that Professor Wise went over in class. 1) Using letters P, C, B, L for the component statements, translate the following compound statements into symbolic notation. [2 points each] a. If the project is finished soon, then the client will be happy and bills will be paid. b. If the bills are not paid, then the lights will go out. c. The project will be finished soon only if the lights do not go out. d. If the bills are not paid and the lights go out, then the client will not be happy. e. The bills will be paid if and only if the project is finished soon, or else the lights go out. f. The bills will be paid if and only if either the project is finished soon or the lights go out. 2) Write the truth tables for the wff. Also state whether or not the wff is a tautology, a contradiction, or neither. [10 points each] a. (A v B) v C if and only if A v (B v C)
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b. A ^ B if and only if B’ v A’ c. (A
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course MATH 348 taught by Professor Weiss during the Spring '08 term at MS Mary.

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