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Chapter 6 Self-Assessment
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The symbolization for a conditional is
p v q.
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p → q.
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p*q.
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p & q
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A conditional is false only when the antecedent is __________ and the consequent is __________.
true / false
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false / false
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true / true
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false / true
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In a conditional statement, only if introduces
a conjunct.
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the antecedent.
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the consequent.
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a disjunct.
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In a conditional statement, unless means "if not" and introduces
a disjunct.
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the conjunct.
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the consequent.
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the antecedent.
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"It is not the case that the car is red and the truck is blue" can be symbolized by
˜p & q.
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˜(p v q).
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˜(p & q).
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˜p & ˜ q.
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The symbolization for a conjunction is
p → q.
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p & q.
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p v q.
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˜p.
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In a disjunction, even if one of the statements is false, the whole disjunction is still
false.
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negated.
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true.
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both true and false.
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In a conditional statement, the first part is the antecedent and the second part is the
predicate.
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consequent.
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subject.
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disjunct.
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In a truth table for a two-variable argument, the first guide column has the following truth values:
T, T, F, F.
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F, F, T, T.
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T, F, T, F.
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T, F, F, F.
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The symbol used to indicate a negation is &.
TRUE
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FALSE
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Each of the component statements in a conjunction is called a disjunct.
TRUE
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FALSE
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If just one statement in a conjunction is false, the whole conjunction is still true.
TRUE
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FALSE
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If only one statement in a disjunction is true, the whole disjunction is false.
TRUE
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FALSE
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A double negation is the same thing as no negation.
TRUE
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FALSE
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The truth table for a two-variable argument has eight rows.
TRUE
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FALSE
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The first step in the short method is to write out the symbolized argument in two rows.
TRUE
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FALSE
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"Either I walk home, or I drive Ralph's car" is a conditional.
TRUE
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FALSE
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"He supported the revolution, and he was arrested without being charged" is a conjunction.
TRUE
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FALSE
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The symbolic form of modus tollens is
p v q
˜p
∴ q
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FALSE
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The symbolic form of modus tollens is
p v q
˜p
∴ q
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FALSE
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