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# I need help with section 4-8 alt="ECE1A566-B704-4EB5-B9E0-E7A173C365C8.jpeg" /> ATTACHMENT PREVIEW Download attachment ECE1A566-B704-4EB5-B9E0-E7A173C365C8.jpeg Problem 2 (Using the language of predicate logic) (25 marks Con- sider n real numbers x1, 72, . .., In, where n is a positive integer. We denote by U the set of the positive integers from 1 from n, that is, U = {1, 2, ..., n} Using the language of predicate logic, express the following propositions 1. All the numbers x1, x2, . . ., In are positive, . None of the numbers X1, \$2, . . ., In is equal to zero, All the numbers X1, X2, . . ., In are equal, The numbers X1, X2, . .., In are pairwise different, 5. At least two numbers among 21, X2, . .., In are equal, 6. At least two numbers among x1, X2, . .., In are not equal, The numbers x1, X2, . .., n are sorted in increasing order, 8. The numbers x1, x2, ..., In are pairwise different and sorted in increas ing order.

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