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## Logic

Logic tutorial 001A
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Classify the following statement as true or false and explain your answer.

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Determine the truth value of the statement where B = {1, 2, 3, 4}.
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Negate the following statements.
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Write down the converse and the contrapositive of the following implications.
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Determine the true value of the compound statement given that p is a false statement, q is a true statement, and r is a true statement.
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Construct a truth table for compound statement.
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Use two truth tables to show that given statements are equivalent.
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Use one of the De Morgan's laws to write the given statement in an equivalent form.
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Use a truth table to determine whether the given statement is tautology or a self-contradiction.
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Write each conditional statement in its equivalent disjunctive form.
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Write the letters to write an argument in symbolic form.
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Use a truth table to determine whether the argument is valid or invalid.
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Use standard forms to determine the validity of an argument.
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Use all of the premises to determine a valid conclusion for the given argument.
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