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Is this a statement? I am superman. MATH 110 Sec 3-1: Statements and Connectives Practice Exercises

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Is this a statement? I am superman. Hold this for me. MATH 110 Sec 3-1: Statements and Connectives Practice Exercises

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Is this a statement? I am superman. Hold this for me. What do you what to eat? MATH 110 Sec 3-1: Statements and Connectives Practice Exercises

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Is this statement simple or compound? I am superman. MATH 110 Sec 3-1: Statements and Connectives Practice Exercises

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Is this statement simple or compound? I am superman. I will go to work and Alice will stay here. MATH 110 Sec 3-1: Statements and Connectives Practice Exercises

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Is this statement simple or compound? I am superman. I will go to work and Alice will stay here. MATH 110 Sec 3-1: Statements and Connectives Practice Exercises For the compound one, what connective(s) are being used?

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Is this statement simple or compound? If you have poor vison and you do not pass the driver test, you will not get a license to drive. MATH 110 Sec 3-1: Statements and Connectives Practice Exercises

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Is this statement simple or compound? If you have poor vison and you do not pass the driver test, you will not get a license to drive. MATH 110 Sec 3-1: Statements and Connectives Practice Exercises What connective(s) are being used?

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MATH 110 Sec 3-1: Statements and Connectives Practice Exercises If p stands for ‘This meal is delicious’ and q stands for ‘Busy people do not eat’, write the following in symbolic form. The meal is delicious and the meal is not delicious.

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MATH 110 Sec 3-1: Statements and Connectives Practice Exercises If p stands for ‘This meal is delicious’ and q stands for ‘Busy people do not eat’, write the following in symbolic form. The meal is delicious and the meal is not delicious. It is false that both the meal is delicious and busy people do not eat.

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MATH 110 Sec 3-1: Statements and Connectives Practice Exercises Negate the quantified statement and then rewrite it in English in an alternative way. All parrots fly. The negation is: a.There exists at least one parrot that does not fly. b.Some parrots fly. c.All parrots do not fly. d.There exists at least one parrot that flies.

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MATH 110 Sec 3-1: Statements and Connectives Practice Exercises Negate the quantified statement and then rewrite it in English in an alternative way. Some lions do not have claws. The negation is: a.There exists at least one lion that has claws. b.There exists at least one lion that does not have claws. c.No lions have claws. d.All lions have claws.

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MATH 110 Sec 3-1: Statements and Connectives Practice Exercises Use the tabled information to determine whether the given statement is true or false and, if false, why. NameYear ScholarshipAthleteCommuter TitoFreshmanYes No JonFreshmanYes No OmarosaSophomoreYes No LennoxJuniorYes No StephenSophomoreYes NadiaSophomoreNo Yes PiersFreshmanNoYesNo TRUE or FALSE All sophomores are commuters.

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