Question

Block copy, and paste, the argument into the window below, and
do a proof to prove that the argument is valid.

1. (s • z) • (p • x)

2. (s • x) ⊃ m

3. ~m v s : .
s

Answer #1

Block copy, and paste, the argument into the window below, and
do a proof to prove that the argument is valid.
1. (s • z) • (p • x)
2. (s • x) ⊃ m
3. ~m v s : .
s

Block copy, and paste, the argument into the window below. Use
the short method or a truth table, and write if the argument is
valid or invalid. If you use the short method, use a forward slash
/ for a check mark, or just write ok. If you use the truth table
method, put an X after the line that proves that the argument is
invalid.
Block copy, and paste, the argument into the window below. Use
the short method...

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You can use Excel
1. (3 points)
P v R
~R
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R
.: ~(P & Q)
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