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2.3 Deductive Reasoning. From conclusions by applying the laws of logic. Symbolic Notation. Conditional statement If p , then q p ⟶q Converse q⟶p Biconditional p ⟷ q. Let p be “the value of x is – 4” Let q be “ the square of x is 16”. Write p ⟶q Write q⟶p.

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2 3 deductive reasoning

2.3 Deductive Reasoning

From conclusions by applying the laws of logic

symbolic notation
Symbolic Notation

Conditional statement

If p, then qp⟶q

Converseq⟶p

Biconditional p ⟷ q

let p be the value of x is 4 let q be the square of x is 161
Let p be “the value of x is – 4”Let q be “ the square of x is 16”

Write p⟶q

If the value of x is – 4,

then the square of x is 16

Write q⟶p

If the square of x is 16,

then the value of x is – 4

Is p⟷qTrue?

write the contrapositive
Write the Contrapositive

The negation of p “the value of x is -4” is written as ~p; meaning “the value of x is not -4”

The contrapositive ~q⟶~p

If the square of x is not 16, then the value of x is not -4.

Is this true?

the inverse would be p q
The inverse would be ~p⟶~q

If the value of x is not – 4,

then the square of x is not 16.

Is this True? Which statements are true?

the inverse would be p q1
The inverse would be ~p⟶~q

If the value of x is not – 4,

then the square of x is not 16.

Is this True? Which statements are true?

The conditional statement and the contrapositive are both true.

The converse and inverse are both false.

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Remember the conditional and the contrapositive are equivalent statement as are the converse and the inverse.
deductive reasoning
Deductive Reasoning

Deductive reasoning uses known facts, definitions and postulates to make a logical argument.

Logical arguments follow laws and methods.

Here are two laws of logical

Law of Detachment and the Law of Syllogism.

law of detachment
Law of Detachment

If p ⟶q is a true conditional,

then p is true and q is true.

Does p always have to be TRUE!

law of detachment1
Law of Detachment

If p ⟶q is a true conditional,

then p is true and q is true.

Does p always have to be TRUE!

Yes

law of syllogism
Law of Syllogism

Here we have a chain is true statements linked together.

If p⟶qand q⟶r, then p⟶r

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Law of Syllogism

Here we have a chain is true statements linked together.

If p⟶qand q⟶r, then p⟶r.

I go to school at Marian High school.

Marian High school is in Mishawaka.

I go to school in Mishawaka.

lets make some correct conclusion
Lets make some correct conclusion.

If a fish swims at 68 mi/h, then it swims at 110 km/h.

If a fish can swim at 110 km/h, then it is a sailfish

more facts
More Facts

If a fish is the largest species of fish, then it is a Great White Shark

If a fish weights over 2000 lbs, then it is the largest species of fish.

one more
One more

If a fish is the fastest species of fish, then it can reach speeds of 68 mi/h.

What Conclusion can you make?

homework
Homework

Page 91 – 93

#8 – 20 even

24 – 34 even, 45 - 48

homework1
Homework

Page 91 -93

#9 – 19 odd

23 – 35 odd

36 – 42 even, 49

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