Logic Things to Memorize for Logic
The Laws of Thought
o The Law of Identity
Whatever is, is
if a propositional function F is true of an individual variable x, then F is indeed true
of x, or symbolically F(x) F(x), in which means formally implie
The Roman Empire was the period of time
after the Roman Republic and before the
Byzantine Empire from 29 B.C. to A.D. 476.
It was the highest point of Roman
civilization, greater than any prior empires
and towers over even the empires after it ; it
1. Philosophers Stone/ Sorcerer's Stone. What is the appeal? What is the danger?
The sorcerer's stone is a mystical substance that had the power of turning
inexpensive metals into gold. It was said to be an elixir of life and was used for
Transformations: Rotations, Reflections, and Translations
are all examples of transformations. After any of those
transformations the shape will still have the same size,
area, angles and line lengths. Imagine moving a sofa
from one house to another. Firs
Warm up 9/14/15
Draw a detailed picture of
an atom. (Think about what
you may have learned in
middle school. What makes
up an atom?)
Atoms: The Building
Blocks of Matter
Atoms, Compounds &
Atoms: the smallest particle of an element
Fitness Activity Record Sheet
Complete the chart as directed.
Complete the five components of the fitness test by following the directions found through the five links on the 1.04 Work
Out page. If you have any questions about these directions, pleas
Intro to Logic Chapter 1 Notes
Argument: group of statements in which the conclusion is claimed to be proved by the others.
Statement: a sentence that is either true or false.
o Uses declarative language.
Premise: the supporting sentences of/for the concl
Logic CH 2 Reading Notes
Definitions are impactful in arguments and important for analyzing statements
Term: A single word or groups of words that can be the subject in a statement; it can be a
common name, a proper name, or even a descriptive phrase.
The First Four Implication Rules
Modus Ponens (MP)
Modus Tollens (MT)
Disjunctive Syllogism (DS)
The Second Four Implication Rules
Constructive Dilemma (CD)
Logic 2-10-16 Notes Ch 4 Fallacies
Informal fallacies: A mistake in reasoning that occurs in ordinary language and is different from
an error in the form or structure of the argument
Argument Against the Person: Claim is rejected or judged based on charac