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Problem Solving and Logic: Some Problems. A series of discussions to prepare for the final. Statement or Not Statement?. It is sunny outside. All is a universal qualifier. Tell me why you cry, and why you lie, to me . Is it sunny outside?. Negate this!. All men are created equal.

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Problem Solving and Logic: Some Problems

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## Problem Solving and Logic:Some Problems

A series of discussions to prepare for the final

### Statement or Not Statement?

• It is sunny outside.

• All is a universal qualifier.

• Tell me why you cry, and why you lie, to me.

• Is it sunny outside?

### Negate this!

• All men are created equal.

• No man is an island.

• Some women cannot do math.

• Some women are foolish.

• (p q) → g

• q ↔ (g V q)

### Determine the Validity or Write the Conclusion (Use an Euler Diagram)

• Some balls are red. If an object is red, it attracts fruit flies. Some balls attract fruit flies.

2) No food in the room. It is okay to drink water in the room. Conclusion?

### Which is an Exercise and . . . Which is a Problem

• What is P(5,3) ?

• How many ways can you drive directly home?

### Use Each of These ShowHow Many Ways that Four Light Switches can be Set to on “N” or off “F”

• A tree diagram

• A list

• Pascal’s Triangle

### Estimate, and Discuss How To!

• 134 + 658 + 236 + 781

• 210 x 57

• 21,382 ÷ 57

What is the approximate difference between the unemployment rate at the height of the great depression, and the unemployment rate of 9.1% (the rate for September, 2011)?

### That’s All Folks!

• Take the tests.

• Use the study plan.

• E-mail questions that you need help with.