Thursday, May 14
Today, we'll talk about:
More logic! 8.7 Common Argument Forms 8.8 Statement Forms and Material Equivalence 8.9 Logical Equivalence 8.10 Three Laws of Thought 9.1 Formal Proof of Validity
Review
Yesterday we looked at the basic structur
Monday, May 25th
Today we'll:
Review some things from Friday 14.1 Alternative Conceptions of Probability 14.2 The Probability Calculus 14.3 Probability in Everyday Life
Review
On Friday, we talked about two criteria that characterize scientific inquiry:
Monday, May 25th
Today we'll:
Review some things from Friday 14.1 Alternative Conceptions of Probability 14.2 The Probability Calculus 14.3 Probability in Everyday Life
Review
On Friday, we talked about two criteria that characterize scientific inquiry:
Friday, May 22
Today, we're going to:
Wrap up Chapter 12 Get a good start, and maybe finish, Chapter 13 .And probably talk a bit about the assignment at some point. I may discuss False Dichotomies as well.
Joint Method of Agreement and Difference
Pretty
Friday, May 22
Today, we're going to:
Wrap up Chapter 12 Get a good start, and maybe finish, Chapter 13 .And probably talk a bit about the assignment at some point. I may discuss False Dichotomies as well.
Joint Method of Agreement and Difference
Pretty
Thursday, May 21
Today, we will finally begin Inductive Arguments
Ch. 11 Arguments from Analogy 11.2 Argument by Analogy 11.3 Analyzing Arguments by Analogy 11.4 Refutation by Logical Analogy As well as some other stuff, time permitting.
Argument by Ana
Thursday, May 21
Today, we will finally begin Inductive Arguments
Ch. 11 Arguments from Analogy 11.2 Argument by Analogy 11.3 Analyzing Arguments by Analogy 11.4 Refutation by Logical Analogy As well as some other stuff, time permitting.
Argument by Ana
Wednesday, May 20
So. Today, we'll talk about
We'll probably do a little more Natural Deduction 9.6 Rules of Replacement 9.7, 9.8 More Natural Deduction 9.9 Proof of Invalidity 9.10 inconsistency 9.11, 9.12 Indirect Proof of Validity and Short Truth Tabl
Wednesday, May 20
So. Today, we'll talk about
We'll probably do a little more Natural Deduction 9.6 Rules of Replacement 9.7, 9.8 More Natural Deduction 9.9 Proof of Invalidity 9.10 inconsistency 9.11, 9.12 Indirect Proof of Validity and Short Truth Tabl
Wednesday, May 13
Today, we embark on Symbollic Logic. So.
Intro to Symbollic Logic 8.2 Symbols for Conjunction, Negation, and Disjunction 8.3 Conditional Statements and Material Implication 8.4 Argument Forms and Refutation by Logical Analogy 8.5 The P
May 12, 2009
Today, were going to blitz through chapter 4, including:
Fallacies of Relevance Fallacies of Defective Induction Fallacies of Presumption Fallacies of Ambiguity
Note that you are only responsible for some of the particular fallacies. I exp
Thursday, May 7
Today, were going to cover:
Some more diagramming. I really want to make sure everybody gets this stuff. 2.4 Problems in Reasoning 3.1 Language Functions 3.2 Emotive Language, Neutral Language and Disputes 3.3 Disputes and Ambiguity 3.4
Wednesday, May 6
Today, we will discuss:
A brief review of yesterday 2.1 Paraphrasing Arguments The photocopy on diagramming arguments 2.3 Complex Argumentative Passages 2.4 Problems in Reasoning
We might not cover all of this. If we don't, we'll finish
Tuesday, May 5
Today we'll cover:
1.2 Review of propositions 1.2 Discussion of arguments 1.3 Recognizing arguments 1.4 Arguments and explanations 1.5 Deductive and inductive arguments 1.6 Validity and truth
At each step, we'll try and do a few examples
MECH3420
Instructor: Dr. Y. Luo
Tutorial 5 1. The system shown in the following figure has a natural frequency of 5 Hz for the following data: m = 10 kg, J0 = 5 kg-m2, r1 = 10 cm, r2 = 25 cm. When the system is disturbed by giving it an initial displaceme
MECH3420
Instructor: Dr. Y. Luo
Tutorial 4 1. For the system shown, there is no relative slip between the pulley and the ropes. Use the rotational angle as the generalized coordinate. 1) Determine the damping ratio 2) State whether the system is underdamp
MECH3420
Instructor: Dr. Y. Luo
Tutorial 1 For the systems shown in the following figures, (1) How many degrees of freedom are required to model the system? (2) Identify a set of generalized coordinates, which can be used to analyze the systems vibration?
Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering
MECH 3420
Vibrations and Acoustics
(Lecture 10)
Instructor: Yunhua Luo
(Ph.D, Assistant Professor)
Content Introduction to Vibration due to Rotating Unbalanced Mass or Mass Eccentricity Equation of Mo
Unit 8
Contemporary Issues:
Transfer Pricing and Environmental
Accounting
Unit Overview
Management accounting systems exist to support the decisions of management.
As such, the norms and practices that influence the general management of the
organization