Each numbered question was worth 2 points for a total of 10 points. 1. Define "valid argument" in Logic. IF the premises are true, the conclusion MUST be true. Note: The "IF" is crucial otherwise what you are talking about is a sound argument. Folk
PART I. For the following arguments, translate them into logical form and determine if they are valid are not. If they are valid construct a proof. If they are not valid, provide a set of invalidating truth assignments. 1. Death is nothing to us; for
PART I. For the following arguments, translate them into logical form and determine if they are valid are not. If they are valid construct a proof. If they are not valid, provide a set of invalidating truth assignments. 1. Death is nothing to us; for
HW #2 1. It is not the case that I wasn't on time. Scheme: A=It is the case that I was on time. Translation: ~ ~ A 2. Neither the butler nor the maid did it. Scheme: B=The butler did it. C=The maid did it. Translation: ~ (B v C) 3. Kant said morality
1. " The commanding officer only offers me a root beer when there's a dangerous mission to be flown." Snoopy Translation Scheme: C = The commanding office offers me a root beer; D = There's a dangerous mission to be flown.
Translation: C D Reversi