# Recently Submitted Homework Problems: logic

1608. Help me solve this Logic problem:Using the 17 rules of inference:

1. (L v P) > U

2. (M > U) > I

3. P / I(Answered)

1609. Help me solve this Logic problem:

Using the 17 Rules of inference:

1. (J > K) . (~O > ~P)

2. (L > J) . (~M > ~O)

3. ~K > (L v ~M)

4. ~K . G / ~P (Answered)

1611. Help me with this Logic Problem:

Using the 17 rules of inference:

1. P v R

2. ~P v (Q . R)

3. R > (Q . S) / Q . S (Answered)

1621. Help me with this Logic Problem:

Using the 17 rules of inference:

1. P v (Y . H)

2. (P v Y) > ~(H v C)

3. (P . ~C) > (K . X) / X v T(Answered)

1614. Help me with this Logic Problem:

Using the 17 rules of inference:

1. D > P /(I . D) > P (Answered)

1617. Help me solve this Logic Problem:

Using the 17 rules of inference:

1. T = R

2. (~R > ~T) > (P . ~S)/ ~S v T(Answered)

2055. I need a step by step derivation (with rules) for the following logic problem:

P->Q . ~P->R . ~Q->~R therefore Q(Answered)

2217. Help me solve this Logic problem... Deduce the conclusion from the premises: P ^ not P therefore Q(Answered)

2264. Help me solve this Logic proof:

1) GvL

2) [(GvU)vL]>~(LvW)

//G(Answered)

2264. Help me solve this Logic proof:

1) GvL

2) [(GvU)vL]>~(LvW)

//G(Answered)

3216. Given:two is an even integer or three is an even integer.

Determine the truth value of this disjunction?

(Answered)

3681. Use the true statements to answer the questions.

1. If a creature is a fly, then it has six legs.

2. If a creature has six legs, then it is an insect.

Use the statements and the Law of Syllogism to write a conditional statement, both in words and symbols. How do I answer this?

(Answered)

3742. Dr. Niels Langer, the universally recognized climatologist, says that global warming is an extremely important problem that must be addressed immediately. Therefore, we should take him at his word and get to work on solving this problem right now. Is this A. Appeal to the people

B. Appeal to unqualified authority

C. Begging the question

D. Appeal to force

E. No fallacy

(Answered)

3861. please help me solve this logic problem:if p or q is false then p and q is (Answered)

3992. Using the letters "P" and "C," identify the premises and conclusion of each argument, writing premises first and conclusion last. List the premises in the order in which they make the most sense (usually in the order in which they occur), and write both premises and conclusion in the form of separate declarative sentences. Indicator words may be eliminated once premises and conclusion have been appropriately labeled.

Once you have completed that, discuss whether this argument is valid or invalid (based on its meaning in logic).

1. "Artists and poets look at the world and seek relationships and order. But they translate their ideas to canvas or to marble, or into poetic images. Scientists try to find relationships between different objects and events. To express the order they find, they create hypotheses and theories. Thus the great scientific theories are easily compared to great art and great literature." (Answered)

5085.

Propositional logic proof, construct proofs for this sequent.

P<->~Q |- ~P<->Q(Answered)

5087. propositional logic proofs, construct proofs for this sequents.

R->~P, Q, Q->(Pv~S) |- S->~R

The letter v represents a "vel" or "wedge" (Answered)

5132. Please help me solve this proof. I use LPL and the program Fitch.

Premise: a is not b

Premise: notR(b,a)

Conclusion: notR(a,b)(Answered)

5145. From the premise a = b and the premise notR (b,a)

help me reach the conclusion notR (a,b)(Answered)

5146. help me reach the following conclusion: a is not b or a is a or b is a

I don't have any premises, but from them (help me figure them out) the conclusion has to follow logically.(Answered)

5156. NATURAL Deduction: full proofs with justification

1. S > W

2. W > ~L

3. S

4. D > ~I

5. D

6. (L v I) v C

7. C > B

8. Therefore B

(Answered)