Introductory Logic
Unit 4 Assignment 5
50 Pts.
You may write these out by hand and scan them or take a picture with your phone
and upload them.
I. Construct a truth table for each of the following claims. (2 pts. each)
Example:
(C v D)
F T T T
F T T F
F
Introductory Logic
Unit 1 - Assignment 1
50 Points
I. For each of the following sets of sentences:
(1) Write whether it is most likely intended as an argument or as something
else.
(2) If it is intended as an argument, try to state the conclusion. If it i
Question 1 1 / 1 point
In the categorical proposition "All wiretaps that are approved without a
warrant are surveillance techniques that are not legal" the subject
term is:
a) Surveillance techniques that are not legal.b) Wiretaps that are
approved withou
Introductory Logic
Unit 5 - Assignment 7
50 pts.
I. For each of the following sets of premises, use simplification, conjunction,
modus ponens, and/or modus tollens to construct a proof for the indicated
conclusion. Be sure to cite the rules you use out to
Introductory Logic
Unit 2 Assignment 2
50 pts.
I. Rewrite each of the following sentences as precise, informative claims, by
removing any extraneous material and replacing any buzz words, politispeak, and
ambiguous terms with meaningful terms. (2 pts. eac
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In the categorical proposition "All wiretaps that are approved without a warrant are surveillance techniques
that are not legal" the subject term is:
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Introductory Logic
Unit 1 - Assignment 1
50 Points
I. For each of the following sets of sentences:
(1) Write whether it is most likely intended as an argument or as something
else.
(2) If it is intended as an argument, try to state the conclusion. If it i
Introductory Logic
Unit 2 Assignment 2
50 pts.
I. Rewrite each of the following sentences as precise, informative claims, by
removing any extraneous material and replacing any buzz words, politispeak, and
ambiguous terms with meaningful terms. (2 pts. eac
Introductory Logic
Unit 3 - Assignment 4
50 Pts.
I. Translate each of the following simple and complex English sentences into a
claim of propositional logic. Write your translation underneath the English
sentence. If the claim is complex, also identify th
Introductory Logic
Unit 6 - Assignment 8
50 pts.
I. For each of the following categorical sentences, identify it as an A-, E-, I-, or O-claim
and choose the correct Venn diagram from the list below, (1), (2), (3), or (4). (1 pt. each)
Example: No college
Introductory Logic
Unit 3 - Assignment 4
50 Pts.
I. Translate each of the following simple and complex English sentences into a claim of
propositional logic. Write your translation underneath the English sentence. If the claim is
complex, also identify th
Introductory Logic
Unit 1 - Assignment 1
50 Points
I. For each of the following sets of sentences:
(1) Write whether it is most likely intended as an argument or as something
else.
(2) If it is intended as an argument, try to state the conclusion. If it i
I. Construct a truth table for each of the following claims.
1. (A & B)
A &
T F F
T T T
F F F
F F T
B
T
F
T
F
2. (C v D)
C v
F T T
F T T
F F T
T F F
D
T
F
T
F
3. (A -> B)
A ->
T T F F
F T T T
F F T F
F F T T
B
T
F
T
F
4. (P (Q -> R)
P Q ->
T T T T
T F
Introductory Logic
Unit 4 Assignment 5
50 Pts.
You may write these out by hand and scan them or take a picture with your phone
and upload them.
I. Construct a truth table for each of the following claims. (2 pts. each)
1. (A & B)
A B (A & B)
T T T F FT
T
Introductory Logic
Unit 2 Assignment 3
50 pts.
I. Use the symbolization key given to translate each English sentence into SL. (5
pts. each)
M: Those creatures are men in suits.
C: Those creatures are chimpanzees.
G: Those creatures are gorillas.
Example:
I. Construct a truth table for each of the following claims.
1. (A & B)
A &
T F F
T T T
F F F
F F T
B
T
F
T
F
2. (C v D)
C v
F T T
F T T
F F T
T F F
D
T
F
T
F
3. (A -> B)
A ->
T T F F
F T T T
F F T F
F F T T
B
T
F
T
F
4. (P (Q -> R)
P Q ->
T T T T
T F
Introductory Logic
Unit 2 Assignment 2
50 pts.
I. Rewrite each of the following sentences as precise, informative claims, by
removing any extraneous material and replacing any buzz words, politispeak, and
ambiguous terms with meaningful terms. (2 pts. eac
Introductory Logic
Unit 2 Assignment 2
50 pts.
I. Rewrite each of the following sentences as precise, informative claims, by
removing any extraneous material and replacing any buzz words, politispeak, and
ambiguous terms with meaningful terms. (2 pts. eac
CHAPTER 5
5.1
Part I
1. Major term: things that produce intense gravity. Minor term: extremely dense objects. Middle
2.
3.
4.
5.
term: neutron stars. Mood, figure: AAA-3; invalid
Major term: insects that should be killed. Minor term: dragonflies. Middle t
CHAPTER 4
4.1
1.
a)
b)
c)
d)
Quantifier: Some
Subject: Executive pay packages
Copula: are
Predicate term: Insults to ordinary workers.
a)
b)
c)
d)
No
Stressful job
Are
Occupations conductive to a healthy lifestyle
a)
b)
c)
d)
All
Oil based paints
Are
Prod
CHAPTER 4 (CONTINUED)
4.4
Part I
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
No non-B are A. True
Some non-B are non-A. Undetermined truth value
No A are B. False
All non-B are A. False
Some non-A are non-B. True
Some non-A are not non-B. True
4.5
Part I
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
a. Fa
CHAPTER 1
1.1
Part I
2. P: Since the good, according to Plato, is that which furthers a persons real interest
C: It follows that in any given case when the good is known, men will seek it.
6. P: The fact that there was never a land bridge between Australi
CHAPTER 2
2.1
Part III
2. Probably verbal, there are no facts that his artwork is graffiti. Ambiguity
3. Factual. Argument is supported with facts about the game.
8. Combination of verbal and factual. Ambiguous expression because what one may find right a
CHAPTER 3
3.1
Part I
3. Formal
5. Informal
6. Formal
8. Informal
9. Formal
3.2
Part I
2. Fallacy of Relevance: Argument against the person
3. Strawman
5. Fallacy of relevance: appeal to people
6. Abusive
8. Strawman
9. Missing the point
14. Appeal to pity
CHAPTER 5
5.1
Part I
1. Major term: things that produce intense gravity. Minor term: extremely dense objects. Middle
term: neutron stars. Mood, figure: AAA-3; invalid
2. Major term: insects that should be killed. Minor term: dragonflies. Middle term: inse
CHAPTER 6
6.1
Part I
1. ~C
2. A ~N
3. S u T
4. H B
5. C L
6. L C
7. M P
8. R M
9. G A
10. C P
11. ~ B v W
12. M (L B)
13. M (E v D)
14. (M E) v D
15. ~ (J P)
16. ~J ~P
17. N v S
18. ~ (F v M)
19. ~( F v M) or ~F ~M
20. ~F v ~M
21. G (K R)
22. (G K) R
23.
Introductory Logic
Unit 6 - Assignment 8
50 pts.
I. For each of the following categorical sentences, identify it as an A-, E-, I-, or O-claim and choose the
correct Venn diagram from the list below, (1), (2), (3), or (4). (1 pt. each)
Example: No college
Introductory Logic
Unit 5 - Assignment 7
50 pts.
I. For each of the following sets of premises, use &-elimination (simplification), &introduction (conjunction), modus ponens, and/or modus tollens to construct a
proof for the indicated conclusion. Be sure
Introductory Logic
Unit 2 Assignment 3
50 pts.
I. Use the symbolization key given to translate each English sentence into SL. (5
pts. each)
M: Those creatures are men in suits.
C: Those creatures are chimpanzees.
G: Those creatures are gorillas.
Example:
1. (P -> Q) & P) /.: Q
P
T
F
T
F
T
T
F
T
Q
T
T
F
F
&
T
F
F
F
VALID
P
T
F
T
F
Q
T
T
F
F
2. (L -> L) /.: L
L
T
F
F
T
L
F
T
VALID
L
F
T
3. (M N) ; (N & M) /.: (M -> N)
&
M
N
N
M
T
F
F
T
T
T
F
F
T
T
T
T
F
T
F
F
F
T
F
T
F
T
F
T
T
T
F
F
F
T
F
T
F
F
T
F
INVALID
1. What is a paradox?
2. If you had to guess: Why might Zeno have offered this paradox? What
purpose does it serve? (Think about it like this: what would follow about our
everyday beliefs if the paradox holds?)
3. In your opinion, does the mathematical "