# Mathematics homework help

Mathematics homework help. Assignment Scoring
Write the sentence in symbolic form. Represent each component of the sentence with the letter indicated in parentheses.
If it is a dog (d), it has fleas (f).
d → f
d ⋀ f
~f
d ⋁ f
f → d
Use the given symbols to write the symbolic statement in words.
p: I cannot play the piano.
q: I can play the violin.
I can play the piano and the violin.
I can play the piano or the violin, but not both.
I can play the violin but not the piano.
I cannot play the piano or the violin.
I can play the piano but not the violin.
~p ⋀ q
Use DeMorgan’s laws to restate the given statement in an equivalent form.
She did not visit France, and she did not visit Italy.
She did not visit either France or Italy.
She did not visit France only if she did not visit Italy.
She did not visit France if she did not visit Italy.
She did not visit France, or she did not visit Italy.
She visited France, and she visited Italy.
Identify the antecedent and consequent of the conditional statement.
antecedent —Select—
consequent —Select—
State the premise, conclusion, and logical fallacy.
If I make an exception for you, Joey will find out and want one too. Then everyone will find out, and I will
have to make an exception for everyone.
premise
I should make an exception for you.
I should not make an exception for Joey.
I will have to make an exception for everyone.
Joey will tell everyone about the exception.
Joey will want an exception too.
conclusion
I should make an exception for you.
I should not make an exception for Joey.
I will have to make an exception for everyone.
Joey will tell everyone about the exception.
Joey will want an exception too.
logical fallacy
red herring
appeal to ignorance
slippery slope
post hoc
appeal to emotion
State the premise, conclusion, and logical fallacy.
The police were unable to prove that a ghost wasn’t responsible for the strange activity. Therefore, it was a
ghost.
premise
A ghost was responsible for the strange activity.
A ghost was not responsible for the strange activity.
Ghosts are not real.
The police could not prove the strange activity was not caused by a ghost.
conclusion
A ghost was responsible for the strange activity.
A ghost was not responsible for the strange activity.
Ghosts are not real.
The police could not prove the strange activity was not caused by a ghost.
logical fallacy
black-or-white
post hoc
appeal to ignorance
appeal to authority
State the premise, conclusion, and logical fallacy.
That’s America. Love it or leave it.
premise
Either you love America or you leave.
Love it or leave it.
That’s America.
You can love America and still leave it.
You must love America so that you don’t have to leave.
conclusion
Either you love America or you leave.
Love it or leave it.
That’s America.
You can love America and still leave it.
You must love America so that you don’t have to leave.
logical fallacy
black-or-white
appeal to popularity
appeal to emotion
straw man
hasty generalization
State the premise, conclusion, and logical fallacy.
Surely my beautiful and intelligent sister wants to give me a ride to school.
premise
I need a ride to school.
My sister is beautiful and intelligent
My sister goes to the same school as me.
My sister owns a car.
My sister wants to give me a ride to school.
conclusion
I need a ride to school.
My sister is beautiful and intelligent
My sister goes to the same school as me.
My sister owns a car.
My sister wants to give me a ride to school.
logical fallacy