The Logic of Sets
In the last chapter we examined the logic of the proposition that unequal bodies fall with equal accelerations. If in fact we do not know what that acceleration is, the proposition is only of limited use. In this chapter we will take a look at a premiss which yields more precise inferences.
KeywordsConjunctive Normal Form Atomic Proposition Symbolic Form Typical Member Existential Quantifier
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