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If A, B, and C are TRUE and X, Y, and Z are FALSE

25. If A, B, and C are TRUE and X, Y, and Z are FALSE and P and Q are UNDETERMINED what is the truth value of the following proposition?

A = (P = ~P)

26. If A, B, and C are TRUE and X, Y, and Z are FALSE and P and Q are UNDETERMINED what is the truth value of the following proposition?

~Z v ~Q

27. If A, B, and C are TRUE and X, Y, and Z are FALSE and P and Q are UNDETERMINED what is the truth value of the following proposition?

~Q > (~X v ~P)

28. If A, B, and C are TRUE and X, Y, and Z are FALSE and P and Q are UNDETERMINED what is the truth value of the following proposition?

A . ~P

29. If A, B, and C are TRUE and X, Y, and Z are FALSE and P and Q are UNDETERMINED what is the truth value of the following proposition?

(Y > ~A) > P

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Hi!

Apologies for not helping out with this last night: I was online until about 9.

As regard the questions below, there are a couple of points where I'm unclear. If you could check your information, and get back to me, then I'll make the additional comments.

Thanks again for supporting BrainMass.

Best,
Dylan

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25. If A, B, and C are TRUE and X, Y, and Z are FALSE and P and Q are UNDETERMINED what is the truth value of the following proposition?

A = (P = ~P)

This formulation can't be correct.

If P is a proposition, e.g. "It is raining", then it doesn't make sense to say "It is raining" is identical (=) to "It is not raining".

Could you perhaps check your symbolisation?

26. If A, B, and C are TRUE and X, Y, and Z are FALSE and P and Q are UNDETERMINED what is the truth value of the following proposition?

~Z v ~Q

Firstly, I assume that ...

Solution Summary

The expert determines if function propositions are true or false. The value of the propositions are determined.

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