# I will not study discrete math or i will study physics

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Unformatted text preview: th or I will study physics.” “I will not study discrete math.” “Therefore, I will study physics.” Addi\$on Corresponding Tautology: p → (p ∨ q) Example: Let p be “I will study discrete math.” Let q be “I will visit Las Vegas.” “I will study discrete math.” “Therefore, I will study discrete math or I will visit Las Vegas.” Simpliﬁca\$on Corresponding Tautology: (p ∧ q) → q Example: Let p be “I will study discrete math.” Let q be “I will study physics.” “I will study discrete math and physics” “Therefore, I will study physics.” Conjunc\$on Corresponding Tautology: (p ∧ q) → (p ∧ q) Example: Let p be “I will study discrete math.” Let q be “I will study physics.” “I will study discrete math.” “I will study physics.” “Therefore, I will study discrete math and I will study physics.” Resolu\$on Corresponding Tautology: ((¬p ∨ r ) ∧ (p ∨ q)) → (q ∨ r) Example: Let p be “I will study discrete math.” Let r be “I will study physics.” Let q be “I will study databases.” “I will not study discrete math or I will study physics.” “I will study discrete math or I will study databases.” “Therefore, I will study databases or I will study physics.” Valid Arguments Example 1: from the single proposition Show that q is a conclusion. Solution: Valid Argum...
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