# Symbolic Logic

Topics: Logic, Semantics, Truth Pages: 3 (542 words) Published: January 21, 2013
Midterm Examination
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SYMBOLIC LOGIC
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“Great knowledge comes to those who are willing to learn.”

Test I. Identification. Choose the correct answer from the choices provided inside the box. Hypothetical PropositionBroad Disjunctive~
Conditional PropositionConjunctive PropositionV
Disjunctive PropositionSymbolic Logic .
Strict Disjunctive=Ɔ

Conditional PropositionConjunctive PropositionV
Disjunctive PropositionSymbolic Logic .
Strict Disjunctive=Ɔ

_____________1. This symbol is used to refer the word of negation “not”. _____________2. This symbol is used to refer to the hypothetical proposition “if . . . then”. _____________3. This symbol is used to connote that p and q are both true or if p and q are both false. _____________4. This symbol is used for strict disjunctives and broad disjunctives. _____________5. This symbol means that if p and q are both true, all other instances are false.

_____________6. It establishes an artificial language, which eliminates the vagueness of ordinary language. _____________7. It is usually a compound proposition, which contains a proposed or tentative explanation. _____________8. It is a compound proposition in which one clause asserts something as true provided that the other clause is true.

_____________9. It is a compound proposition in which one member or more than one member may be true. _____________10. It asserts that two alternatives cannot be true at the same time or both alternative may be false.

Test II. Determine the following Hypothetical Propositions as a. Strict Disjunctive,
c. Conditional Proposition,
d. Categorical Proposition,
e. Conjunctive Proposition or
f. Not a Hypothetical Proposition.

_____________ 1. You are against the administration or you are not....

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