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De Morgan’s Laws – 2 - 9. De Morgan’s Laws – 2 - 9a. Proof – 2 - 16. Proof – 2 - 16d. Application – 2 - 10. Laws of Logic – 2 - 25. Laws of Logic – 2 - 25a. Laws of Logic – 2 - 25b. Laws of Logic – 2 - 25c. Laws of Logic – 2 - 25d. Application - 1. Example - 2. Exercise – 5.

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    1. De Morgan’s Laws – 2 - 9 CS-708

    2. De Morgan’s Laws – 2 - 9a CS-708

    3. Proof – 2 - 16 CS-708

    4. Proof – 2 - 16d CS-708

    5. Application – 2 - 10 CS-708

    6. Laws of Logic – 2 - 25 CS-708

    7. Laws of Logic – 2 - 25a CS-708

    8. Laws of Logic – 2 - 25b CS-708

    9. Laws of Logic – 2 - 25c CS-708

    10. Laws of Logic – 2 - 25d CS-708

    11. Application - 1 CS-708

    12. Example - 2 CS-708

    13. Exercise – 5 CS-708

    14. Conditional Statements - 6 CS-708

    15. Conditional Statements – 6a CS-708

    16. Truth Table for p  q - 8 CS-708

    17. Conditional Statements or Implications - 7 CS-708

    18. Conditional Statements OR Implications – 7a CS-708

    19. Example – 9 CS-708

    20. Alternative Ways of Expressing Implications – 10 CS-708

    21. Alternative Ways of Expressing Implications – 10a CS-708

    22. Exercise - 11 CS-708

    23. Exercise – 11a CS-708

    24. Translating English Sentences to Symbols - 12 CS-708

    25. Translating English Sentences to Symbols – 12a CS-708

    26. Translating English Sentences to Symbols – 12b CS-708

    27. Translating English Sentences to Symbols – (3 – 12c) CS-708

    28. Translating Symbolic Propositions to English – 13 CS-708

    29. Translating Symbolic Propositions to English – 13a CS-708

    30. Translating Symbolic Propositions to English – 13b CS-708

    31. Hierarchy of Operations for Logical Connectives - 14 CS-708

    32. Truth Table for p v ~ q ~ p – 20a CS-708

    33. Truth Table for p v ~ q ~ p – 20b CS-708

    34. (p  q) (~p  r) - 21 CS-708

    35. (p  q) (~p  r) – 21a CS-708

    36. (p  q) (~p  r) – 21c CS-708

    37. p  q ≡ ~q  ~p- 22 CS-708

    38. Implication Law – 23 CS-708

    39. Negation of a Conditional Statement - 15 CS-708

    40. Examples – (3 - 16) CS-708

    41. Example – 16a CS-708

    42. Inverse of a Conditional Statement - 24 CS-708

    43. p  q is not equivalent to ~p  ~q – (3 – 25) CS-708

    44. Writing Inverse – 17 CS-708

    45. Writing Inverse – 17a CS-708

    46. Converse of a Conditional Statement - 26 CS-708

    47. Converse of a conditional Statement – (3 – 27) CS-708

    48. Writing Converse – 18 CS-708

    49. Writing Converse – 18a CS-708