Here is the problem:

"Lest you think logic is only about mathematics here are some sentences from some, at least once, popular songs.

B(x) : x is a body

O(x): x is out.

D(x): x is down

L(x,y): x loves y.

x = y: x equals y.

u = you

b = my baby

m = me

Translate the following using logical connectives:

a. "Nobody loves you when you are down and out."

b. "Everybody loves somebody"

c. "Everybody loves my baby."

d. "But my baby don't love nobody but me."

This is a relatively frustrating problem considering we have barely been introduced to the fundamentals of logic. I took a stab at it, and quickly realized that I was just guessing and as a result probably teaching myself an incorrect way of doing it. Here is my attempt at problem a.