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Posted by **sara thunderbird** on Sunday, November 25, 2012 at 11:14pm.

├ ∀x(((Fx → Gx) → (Kx → ∀y∃z∀wDyzw)) & ((∃y∀z∃w-Dyzw → -Kx) → (-Gx → -Fx)))

2. -∃x(Px → ∀yGxy) v ∃x(Lx & Sx), -∀x(-Lx v –Sx) → (∀x∃y-Gxy→∃x-Px)

├ - ( ((∃x-Px v ∃x∀yGxy) → -∀x(Lx → -Sx)) → ( ∃x (Sx & Lx) & ∀x(Px & ∃y-Gxy) ) )

1. - ((H→ (-L→-P)) → - ( - (P→L) v H)) ├ (P→ (-L→ -H)) & (-P v (-H v L))

2. ((R v G) & -(G & R)) C, C ((R v G) & -(G & R))

├ (G ((R v C) & -(C& R))) & (((R v C) & -(C & R)) G)

3. –((J v –F) → (R&S)) v B, (R&S) v (-B v (F & -J)) ├ - ( (-B((-J-F)&(R-S))) ((FJ)& - ((-Rv-S) -B)) )

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