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MTH110

Lab 2

Ryerson University
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Readings

The presentations are exercises on material covered in section 1.2 and the bitwise handout.

Presentations

From the textbook:

Presentation Exercise(s) Difficulty Level
A p. 27 #2,4
For each question, first represent the original statement in symbolic form, and then translate that form back into English.
Easy
B p. 27 #14
Do this question without using truth tables. Instead explain your answer using the properties of -> and Theorem 1.1.1.
Medium
C p. 27 #18
Do this question without using truth tables. Instead explain your answer using the properties of -> and Theorem 1.1.1.
Medium
D p. 27 #20g, 22g, 23g Easy
E p. 28 #33,37
  • For each question, first represent the original statement in symbolic form,
    then state the contrapositive in symbolic form
    and then translate this back into English.
  • Note that for question 37, "unless" is formally defined in a box a few lines above the question.
Easy
F p. 28 #39a Easy
G p. 28 #44,48
For each question, first represent the original statement in symbolic form, and then translate this form back into English.
Easy
H p. 28 #49c,d,e,f Medium

Levels of Difficulty

There are three levels of difficulty: Easy, Medium and Hard.
By the end of the course, each student will have had the opportunity to present at least one exercise at each level.


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