B(x) is x is blue.
Q(x) is x is expensive.
“All P is Q” is positive universal statement: .
If the shirt is blue then it is expensive.
All blue shirts are expensive:
I just had a quiz today on quantifiers, and the question asks me to represent the statement :
all blue shirts are expensive
using logical quantifier, the domain x is all shirts
and I answered:
Q(x) : Shirt color x is expensive.
[[Q(Blue)]
Is this right?