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REASONINGREASONING LOGICAL ARGUMENT. ARGUMENT An argument is a pattern of reasonign that encourages the making of conclusion based on logical thinking.

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1 REASONINGREASONING LOGICAL ARGUMENT

2 ARGUMENT An argument is a pattern of reasonign that encourages the making of conclusion based on logical thinking An argument consists of 2 premises and a conclusion. There are 3 types of Arguments

3 Type 1 Argument (Deductive Reasoning) Premise 1: All A (things/objects) are B (situation) Premise 2: C (specific things) is A Conclusion: C is B

4 Example of Type 1 Argument Premise 1: All men are mortal. Premise 2: Einstein is a man. Conclusion: Einstein is mortal. Premise 1: All even numbers are divisible by 2 Premise 2: 30 is an even number Conclusion: 30 is divisible by ialah nombor genap

5 Activity Make your own examples of Type 1 Argument. One is non-mathematical example and another with a mathematical example.

6 Type 2 Argument (Direct Reasoning Argument) Premise 1: If P happens then Q happens (Implication) Premise 2: P happens (antecedent happens) Conclusion: Q happens (consequence happens)

7 Example of Type 2 Argument Premise 1: If a number is a factor of 12 then that number is a factor of 24 Premise 2: 3 is a factor of 12 Conclusion: 3 is a factor of 24

8 Example Premise 1: If a set has m elements the that set has 2 m subsets. Premise 2: Set P has 5 elements. Conclusion: Set P has 2 5 subsets.

9 Activity Create one mathematical example using Type 2 Arguments

10 Type 3 Arguments (Indirect Reasoning Argument) Premise 1: If p happens, then q happens Premise 2: q does not happen Conclusion: p does not happens

11 Example of Type 3 Argument Premise 1: If m is an interger then 2m is an even number Premise 2: 2m is not an even number Conclusion: m is not an integer

12 Premise 1: If n is an odd number then (n+1) is an even number Premise 2: (n + 1) in not an even number Conclusion: n is not an odd number

13 PREMISE 1: If x = 9º, then 15º - x = 6º PREMISE 2: 15 - xº  6 CONCLUSION: x  9º

14 ARUHAN Satu proses membuat kesimpulan umum berdasarkan kes-kes khusus Contoh bukan matematik: Carlos suka main guitar(kes khusus) Ceasar suka main guitar(kes khusus) Calvin suka main guitar(kes khusus) Catherine suka main guitar(kes khusus) Cheong suka main guitar(kes khusus) Kesimpulan umum: Semua orang yang namanya bermula dengan huruf C suka main guitar.

15 CONTOH MATEMATIK Diberi 5, 8, 11, 14, … boleh ditulis sebagai 5 = 5 + 3(0) 8 = 5 + 3(1) 11 = 5 + 3(2) 14 = 5 + 3(3) kesimpulan umum: Nombor berpola di atas boleh ditulis dalam bentuk 5 + 3n, n = 0, 1, 2, 3…..

16 CONTOH Buat kesimpulan secara aruhan bagi senarai no 8, 23, 44, 71, … yang mengikut pola berikut: 8 = 3(2) 2 – 4 23 = 3(3) 2 – 4 44 = 3(4) 2 – 4 71 = 3(5) 2 – 4 Kesimpulan: Nombor berpola di atas boleh ditulis dalam bentuk 3n 2 – 4, n = 2, 3, 4, 5, ….

17 DEDUKSI Deduksi ialah satu proses membuat kesimpulan khusus berdasarkan pernyataan umum. CONTOH Pernyataan umum: a m  a n = a m+n Kesimpulan khusus: 3 3  3 5 = 3 8

18 CONTOH Suatu set yang mengandungi k unsur mempunyai 2 k subset. Cari bilangan subset bagi set P ={ 0, 1, 5, 6} Bilangan subset bagi set P = 2 4 = 16


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