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3. Write the following sentences in symbols.
(a) "A wise man cares not for what he cannot have."- George Edward Herbert
You may use the sets W - { Wise men}, S = {Everything}, and the statements
C(w, s) ="w cares for s", and H(w, s) ="w can have's".
(b) "You can fool all the people some of the time and some of the people all of the
time, but you can't fool all the people all of the time." -Abraham Lincoln
You may use the set P = {People}, T = {times} and the statement F(p, t) ="You
can fool person p at time t." .

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Additional problems.
1. Which of the arguments are valid and which are invalid. You may use diagrams to
HELP explain your answer.
All wizards can perform magic.
(a) Harry Potter can perform magic.
Therefore, Harry Potter is a wizard.
All of Willy Wonka's customers are happy.
(b )
Sad Panda is not happy.
Sad Panda is not a customer of Willy Wonka.
All politicians lie.
( C )
No priest lies.
Therefore, no priest is a politician.

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Therefore, no priest is a politician.
2. (*) The following are based on logic puzzles by Lewis Carroll. Your job is to reorder
the premises to make it clear that the conclusion follows logically. You may want to
rewrite statements in if-then form.
1. When I work a logic example without grumbling
you may be sure it is one I understand.
2. The arguments in these examples are not arranged in regular
order like the ones I am used to.
3. No easy example makes my head ache.
4. I can't understand examples if the arguments are not arranged
in regular order like the ones I am used to.
5. I never grumble at an example unless it makes my head ache.
Therefore, these examples are not easy.

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