The Great Hoax Summary Notes
In the article by Geoffrey Pullum, states that in society people have a tendency to believe
in something that is not entirely true even though the evidence and facts are there. He uses
dinosaurs as an example. We tend to belie

Model Exam #2
PHIL/LINGST 2700: Eltl/IEIIMD’ Digit
I. Tram/aria” (5 pts each, 20 pts)
Translate each of the following sentences below into the language of ﬁrst-order logic (FOL), using the scheme
below.
Tet(x): xis a tetrahedron
Small(.\'): x is small
Lar

SOLUTIONS to Model Exam #4
PHIL / LINGST 2700: E/emenlagl Logz't
I. Tramlation 1: Trutb-functional logic
Translate each of the following sentences below into the language of ﬁrst—order logic (FOL),
using the scheme below.
Dodec(x): x is a dodecahedron
Tet

Model Exam #1
PHIL/LINGST 2700: Elementary Logic
February 11, 2016
I. Translation
Translate each of the following sentences below into the language of first-order logic (FOL), using the
scheme below.
Cube(x): x is a cube
Tetrahedron(x): x is a tetrahedron

Model Exam #3
PHIL/LINGST 2700: Elementary Logic
April 20, 2016
I. Translation (5 pts each, 40 pts total)
Translate each of the following sentences below into the language of first-order logic (FOL), using the
scheme below.
Cube(x): x is a cube
Dodec(x):