Skills Day 5 Assignment
LOGIC
Complete exercises 1. C, g, I and l on p. 32 of the text.
c. S therefor B
g. F- (A&B)
I. F double arrow (L v C)
Complete exercises 7, 9 and 10 on pp. 34-5 of the text.
7. ( C&I) &( F v C )
9. ( F & R & P therefore F & ( R & P
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Chapter 9 ex. 3, 5e, 6, 7, 10d
3. F v R, FS, -S, RB
1
(1) F v R
A
2
(2) F S
A
3
(3) S
A
4
(4) RB
A
2, 3
(5) B
2, 3 MT
1
(6) F
1, 5 DA
(7) B
4, 6 O
5e. UI, MU, -I-M
1
(1) UI
A
2
(2) MU
A
3
(3) -I
PA
1,2
(4) U
1,3O
1,2,3
(5) -M
2
`Skills Day 10 Assignment 10
Find the truth value of these statements if A, B and C are true and X, Y and Z are false.
(Y X) Z
F T F F F
-A & (X v B)
F F F T T
A [C v (A X)]
T T T T T F F
Complete Exercise 1c on p. 158
A-C, C - A, ( A & C)- E
T
T
T
F Inva
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Lab 7
Hurricanes
I hope you enjoy this season long loopits really fascinatingseeing how
the atmosphere changes continuallyit moves all the time! OKlets get
started
Please watch this NASA clip of the 2005 hurricane season:
http:/www.na
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Extra Credit
1. Whats the name of the song written from the Nebraska?
The Omaha Easter Tornado
2. What was the date of the tornado?
Easter Sunday 1913
3. How many tornados roared through Nebraska?
Skills Day 11 Assignment
1. Put the following statements into standard form and Identify the four parts of
each statement.
a) No baseball players are superstitious.
Quantifier: No
Subject: baseball players
Copula: are
Predicate: No baseball players are su
`Skills Day 10 Assignment
Find the truth value of these statements if A, B and C are true and X, Y and Z are false.
(Y X) Z
F T F F F
-A & (X v B)
F F F T T
A [C v (A X)]
T T T T T F F
Complete Exercise 1c on p. 158
A-C, C - A, ( A & C)- E
T
T
T
F Invaild
Skills Day 4 Assignment
Name: _
Complete exercises 1. e, g, h and l, exercise 6, 8 and exercise 11 from Chapter 2 (pp.20-23) of the text.
1.e W-P
g. B-S
h. RB
I. F-W
6. A, A-B, B-C, C-A, C, B
8. H, R (R-C), C-Fcfw_F
11.
1. F-G
2. G-H
3. F
4. F-H 1, 2
5. G
Skills Day 1 Assignment
Concepts: statement, argument, premise, conclusion, deductive, inductive, valid, strong, sound, cogent.
1. Is the following example an argument? If so identify premises and conclusion. Then decide whether
it is deductive or inducti
Skills Day 6 Assignment
Chapter 5
1. Exercises 1. c, g, m on pp. 72f
C. F-A
G. ( C-W) & - M.F
M. ( T&A)- -(A-P)
2. Exercise 4 on p. 73
3. Exercise 10 on p. 76
4. P-M
-P arrow M A
-P arrow M A
-P PA
-M 2, arrow O
G arrow A necessary condition
4. Exercise 1
Skills Day 2 Assignment
Name:
For each of the following conditional statements, identify the antecedent, consequent,
sufficient condition and necessary condition.
If we make it to Port Arthur, well be safe from this storm.
If we make it- Introduces the an
Assignment 3
Name:
Logic
Identify the fallacy:
I dont like spinach, and Im glad I dont, because if I liked it Id eat it, and I just hate it.
Ambiguity or Amphiboly
Either man was created just as the Bible tells us, or man evolved from inanimate chemicals
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Chapter 7 exercise 1 a-j, 5, 6 ,7 ,8, 10, 11, 12, 14
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
MvD
-E v -N
-A v Z
-A & D
(T S) v (B v L)
(C v U) D
P v (A v F)
P( L v F)
B -(K v T)
5. B v O, B F, O F F
1
(1) B v O
A
2
(2) B F
A
3
(3) O F
A
4