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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by NJL, Jul 21, 2009.
(p2) (~P v ~Q) -> (~R v ~T)
Have at it..
Digme, where are you?
I'm good at logic, but have forgotten the standard symbols. Is it like this:
v = OR
& = AND
~ = NOT
On second thought, DeMorgan's Theorem on the two sides of (p2).
this class is kicking my butt.. the final won't be comprehensive, just a bunch of these..
logic in general has been life changing, it's great, i even dumped my GF because of it LOL
Did you really, NJL?
haha, yeah, just in spite LOL
now back to logic..
Hint: Look up DeMorgan's Law.
Now I remember why I dropped that class.
(p2) (~P v ~Q) -> (~R v ~T)
~(~PV~Q)V(~RV~T) by defn of conditional
(~RV~T) since (P&Q) is a contradiction of p1
Trying to teach NJL logic is like trying to teach a chimp to wear pants - everyone laughs but the chimp doesn't get it so much.
Wow. And I'm taking this class next semester!!!
A rabbit is hopping around in the forest with a dilemma, a huge one.
He has just recently heard a new word and is clueless what it means.
Along comes a fox, and seeing that the fox has his stomach full, the rabbit pops the question that has been bugging him for days.
Rabbit: Hey fox my friend, could You explain logic to me please?
Fox: Well, its kinda hard to eplain, but I'll use an example. Do You have matches?
Rabbit: Yes I do.
Fox: Then You must be a smoker, right? That's logic.
Rabbit: Yes I am, but I... umm...well... still don't get it.
Fox: Let's try another one then, do You like booze?
Rabbit: Sure thing I do.
Fox: When You're drinking, you like to go to the dances, right?
Rabbit: Sure I do.
Fox: While drinking and dancing, You like to check out the female rabbits too? Cop a little feel, accidental bumping, that sort of stuff?
Rabbit: Well, yes I do that sometimes (blushing a bit).
Fox: After dancing a bit You like to take one or two fluffy-tails to your place for some after party fun and games.
Rabbit: (blushing quite heavily now) Yes, I guess do that too sometimes, that's the whole point of it, right?
Fox: Yep it is my friend, and at Your pad, you then do what rabbits do, right?
Rabbit: Sure thing I do bro (blushing now up to the tips of his ears).
Fox: That, my furry friend, that's logic.
Rabbit: Thanks a million fox, now I get it.
The rabbit rushes on, anxious to share his new knowledge and all of a sudden the grizzly from next door shows up.
Rabbit: Hey grizzly my friend, how is it hanging?
Grizzly: Not bad mate, not bad at all.
Rabbit: I just learned a new word, logic, do You know what it means?
Grizzly: No idea. What does it mean?
Rabbit: Well it's kind of hard to explain, but I give You an example: Do You have matches?
Rabbit: Well, then You won't get it up either.
oh, i already could solve that one
these are the only rules we are using:
Double Neg (DN)
have to go to my next class..
let me look at that one when i get back so i can present it in a different way
oh, you wait until i get back, i'm going to give you a problem to solve, [email protected]$$!
will it be via mathematics or phil??
@sam LOL hahahaha!!!