What is an argument? What is a tautology?
An argument is a sequence of statements that end with a conclusion.
A tautology is a compound proposition that is always true, regardless what the truth values of the propositional variables are.
Provide an exampl
What you found most affirming and helpful this week?
I think obtaining the basic understanding of the material and applying it properly.
What you found most puzzling or confusing this week.
Just understanding the 1's and 0's and putting them in a JK Flop
To find out whether how many permutation or combination you can get from a hand of 5 cards
from a deck of cards (52 in total) is first done by determining the formula commonly used to
come up with the solution:
nCr n! /(n - r)!r!
Replacement of n and r a
I've selected Google Maps as my real world application of the graph theory. I think this example is more practical and real world due to it's everyday use by millions of people daily and frankly, Google Maps is just a big graph. Of course we all know that
One of the most common real world examples of a game tree is the infamous 9 box strategy game called Tic Tac Toe. As we all know, this is a standard two player game that require the use of, "X's for one player, and "O's" for the second player. The idea is
How can we, as active practitioners in the IT industry, use the technology learned in this class in an ethical and socially responsible manner?
From my perscpective, I believe one of the first things to consider is to become more aware of the dangers of w