Project Part 2. Aaeron Jhonson-Whyte • Akuang Saechao • Allen Saeturn. Section 4.6, Problem 28. Prove the statement in two ways: (A) by contraposition and (B) by contradiction. For all integers m and n , if mn is even then m is even or n is even.
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Aaeron Jhonson-Whyte • Akuang Saechao • Allen Saeturn
For all integers m and n, if mn is even then m is even or n is even.
We have to take the contrapositive of the statement by using the definition of contraposition,
For all integers m and n, if m is odd and n is odd then mn is odd.
Hence, original statement is true by contraposition.
Make the statement false by method of contradiction,
For some integers m and n, mn is even, and, m is odd and n is odd.
If we do exactly as part (a) then we can see that the contradiction will never prove true because two odd numbers multiplied will be odd. Hence original statement is true by contradiction.
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19 a. Let A =
Find A2and A3.
Let G be the graph with vertices V1, V2, and V3 and with A as its adjacency matrix. Use the answers to part (a) to find the number of walks of length 2 from V1 to V3 and the number of walks of length 3 from V1 to V3. Don’t draw G to solve this problem.
To find the walks of length n from Vi to Vj,you have to look at the ijth element of An. If A is the adjacency matrix of graph G, the ijth element of Anis equal to the number of walks of length n connecting vertices Vi and Vj.
Therefore, the number of walks of length 2 from V1toV3is 3, and the number of walks of length 3 from V1 toV3 is 15.
Examine the calculations you performed in answering part (a) to find 5 walks of length 2 from V3toV3. Then draw G and find the walks by visual inspection.
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1. Suppose the statement to be proved is false. That is, suppose that the negation of the statement is true.
2. Show that this supposition leads logically to a contradiction.
3. Conclude that the statement to be proved is true.
Definition of Contraposition:
The contrapositive of a conditional statement of the form “If p then q” is: If ∼q then ∼p.
Definition of Difference:
The difference of B minus A (or relative complement of A in B), denoted B− A,is the set of all elements that are in B and not A.Definitions Used
Definition of Odd and Even:
An integer n is even if, and only if, n equals twice some integer. An integer n is odd
if, and only if, n equals twice some integer plus 1.
Symbolically, if n is an integer, then
n is even ⇔ ∃ an integer k such that n=2k.
n is odd ⇔ ∃ an integer k such that n=2k+1
Definition of Union:
The union of A and B, denoted A∪B, is the set of all elements that are in at least one of A or B.
Definition of Intersection:
The intersection of A and B, denoted A ∩ B, is the set of all elements that are common to both A and B.