MAT 3361, INTRODUCTION TO MATHEMATICAL LOGIC, Fall 2004
Handout 2: Quantier Problems
Problem 1 Prove the following in natural deduction:
(a) Q x P (x) x (Q P (x) assume that x does not occur in Q.
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MAT 3361, INTRODUCTION TO MATHEMATICAL LOGIC, Fall 2004
Lecture Notes: Analytic Tableaux
Peter Selinger
These notes are based on Raymond M. Smullyan, First-order logic. Dover Publications, New York 19
2 Soundness and Completeness for Analytic Tableaux
Recall that we have called a branch of a tableau complete if every formula on
it has been used. With our convention on using the letters and for sign
1. Give natural deduction proofs of the following. Make sure that you label each step by the
name of the rule you use and that you use correct numbering for cancelled hypotheses.
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MAT3361 Midterm 2 study sheet
The format of the exam is the same as the closed midterm. The main topics are:
Predicate Logic: You need to understand the syntax (terms, formulas, variables, quantiers)
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Handout 1, 11, 21, 31, 41, 51 (using Prawitz style natural deduction),
12, 22, 32, 42, 52 (using a
MAT3361 Introduction to Mathematical Logic
Midterm Test #2 Solutions
1. Give natural deduction proofs of the following. Make sure that you label each step by the
name of the rule you use and that you
MAT3361 Midterm #1 study sheet
The exam is closed book. The material consists mainly of the following:
1. Natural Deduction proofs for propositional logic. On the exam you will get a list of all the
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