So I've been stuck on this problem for a while, trying different combinations of rules, but I can't figure it out. The problem is:
|A v B
|A v C
|A v (B n C)
The n stands for 'and', and the lines are my attempt at a Fitch line.
So I need to use subproofs within subproofs, and introduction and elimination rules for negation, conjunction, disjunction and contradiction online. I can't cite DeMorgan's laws.
I would appreciate any help. Thank you!
Oh, because one of the points of the exercise is that we can see where DeMorgan's laws come from, so we are not supposed to cite them for proofs. I suspect the teacher might go over these in class and tell us how we basically used the law without citing it.
But for this exercise, we are only allowed to cite introduction and elimination rules for negation, conjunction, disjunction and contradiction.
The exact question is: Use Fitch to give formal proofs for the following argument. You will need to use subproofs within subproofs to prove this.
Fitch is basically a proof software, so you can ignore that part.