Question

Convert the following givens into formal predicate logic.
Define predicates as necessary. Then, negate the predicate
sentence. Push all negations to the closest terms

a) There are at least two people who everyone knows. Let the
domain be people.

b) Every student takes at least two classes. Let the domain be
people and classes.

c) Someone is left handed and someone is tall, but no one is
both. Let the domain be people

d) All students know each other. Let the domain be all
people.

Answer #1

Convert the following givens into formal predicate logic. Define
predicates as necessary. Then, negate the predicate sentence. Push
all negations to the closest terms
a) There are at least two people who everyone knows. Let the
domain be people.
b) Every student takes at least two classes. Let the domain be
people and classes.
c) Someone is left handed and someone is tall, but no one is
both. Let the domain be people
d) All students know each other. Let...

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