1. A v (B->C)

2. B/ A v C

3.

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- October 21st 2007, 07:28 AMambergarrett955Need help solving this argument....PLEASE
1. A v (B

**->**C)

__2. B__/ A v C

3. - October 21st 2007, 09:01 AMPlato
- October 21st 2007, 09:12 AMambergarrett955Reply to answer
I'm trying to get A v C by itselfs, though. So, is that still the answer? Thank you

- October 21st 2007, 09:52 AMPlato
- October 21st 2007, 11:00 AMambergarrett955
In class we always came out with the answer that was behind this /xx as our last #. I'm just confused. This stuff is so confusing to me. I'm sorry.

- October 21st 2007, 11:30 AMSoroban
Hello, Amber!

Quote:

I vaguely recall a theorem . . . the Law of Detachment (?)

. .

The first line is: .

So the argument becomes: .

By the Law of Detachment, the conclusion is: .