Logic

Having problems with solving this question. The directions are: Use the 18 rules of inference, supply a proof.

1.(RvX)>(A>B)
2.~Q>~C
3.~C>Z
4.R.Y
5.QvA
The conclusion I'm supposed to arrive at is /ZvB

  1. 👍 0
  2. 👎 0
  3. 👁 48
asked by lost

Respond to this Question

First Name

Your Response

Similar Questions

  1. Logic

    Supply steps in a proof of a valid argument and give reasons using rules of inference. 1.)~A*B 2.)C>A 3.)CvD/D

    asked by Greg on November 29, 2010
  2. Logic

    Can someone please help me solve these problems? I have to use the 17 rules of inference to prove the arguments valid: 1) 1. T = R 2. (~R > ~T) > (P . ~S) / ~S v T 2) 1. C > F 2. A > B 3. ~F . A 4. ~C > (B > D) / B . D 3) 1. (S v

    asked by Brayden on August 16, 2011
  3. math

    there's a question that I don't understand and the direction says that 'solve problems as combination integer problems.remember to rewrite all double sign problems as combination problems before solving' and here's a question 50-

    asked by allie on January 22, 2008
  4. Logic

    Using the law of inference, prove if the below argument is valid. (P1) R -> B (P2) D V R (P3) B /D You may imply all rules of inference to figure out if it is valid.

    asked by Dan on December 18, 2007
  5. Philosophy Logic

    Use the 17 rules of inference to prove the following arguments valid? 1)(Z>X).(X>~Z) 2)Z v X 3)~X/A.B

    asked by Chris on November 25, 2007
  6. Logic

    Need help supplying proo f for the following problem using the rules of inference 1. (Z.Y)> X 2. ~O>Z 3. ~Y>O 4. ~O.T /S

    asked by Elaine on May 16, 2011
  7. logic

    I need help proving these arguments using rules of inference, please. (S>B) > (SvK) (Kv~D) ~ (H>S) ~S.W / ~H ~A > (B>~C) ~D > (~C >A) D v ~A ~D

    asked by Elaine on May 18, 2011
  8. Algebra

    Hello. It's the beginning of the school year, and I've quite forgotten what I learned in Pre-Algebra...The question in the text book is this : Simplify each pair of expressions. 1. 36 - 8 ÷ 2 (36 - 8) ÷ 2 There are several

    asked by Eve on August 31, 2008
  9. Statistics

    Statistics has two main functions: Description and Inference. What does it mean when we say "Description to Inference: A Transition?" And, what statistical areas must inference use?

    asked by Bulldog on August 9, 2009
  10. algebra,math

    can someone correct these. and help me DIrections:Factor (3) 4x^2-4x-15 My solving: 4*x*x-4*x-15 (the star means multiply my final answer: x^3-15 (the ^ means for exponent) (4) 5x^2-26x+5 my solving: 5*x*x-26*x+5 my final answer:

    asked by jasmine20 on December 12, 2006

More Similar Questions