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logic: proof problem

 
 
Sasqi
 
Reply Fri 19 Mar, 2010 09:09 am
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9101112 C⊃A M.I.10
13 A⊃(B⊃C) Exp.3

it's due in about an hour:P so any help would be greatly appreciated! thanks:)
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Doubt doubt
 
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Reply Fri 19 Mar, 2010 09:43 am
@Sasqi,
Seems fallacious via over simplification to me. seems like the math would need to account for the random things that will happen. but i guess the argument itself doesnt matter, just the abstract math being applied to the objective world. Somehow this can be seen as useful even without the infinite variables accounted for?
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Reply Fri 19 Mar, 2010 11:42 am
@Sasqi,
Sasqi;141244 wrote:
12345678
9101112 C⊃A M.I.10
13 A⊃(B⊃C) Exp.3

it's due in about an hour:P so any help would be greatly appreciated! thanks:)


I wrote a long answer but my computer crashed and I cannot be bothered to write it again. I did a check of the argument using truth tables, and it is valid (if I did the table correctly).

http://img209.imageshack.us/img209/1659/truthtableproof.jpg
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