How to use a formal proof in order to show that an argument is valid. How to use a truth table to show that an argument is valid.
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Originally Posted by *skywalker* How to use a formal proof in order to show that an argument is valid. How to use a truth table to show that an argument is valid. Post a related question and we can help you with it. -Dan
Originally Posted by topsquark Post a related question and we can help you with it. -Dan the attached document shows the question that this was with!!
J-“Juliet takes the drug”; C-“Juliet is caught”; R-“Romeo thinks Juliet is dead”; D(R)-“Romeo is dead”; and D(J)-“Juliet is dead”. Argument: Proof You fill in the reasons. In a truth table we need rows. WHY?
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