A logical equivalance is derived from Theorem,supply a reason for each step; (pv~q)^(~pvq) ß(~q v p)^(~q v ~p) by_________ ß ~q v(p ^ ~p) by_________ ß ~q v c by_________ ß ~q by_________ Therefore,(p v~q)^ (~p v ~q)ß ~q.

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  1. discrete mathematics with applications

    A logical equivalance is derived from Theorem,supply a reason for each step; (pv~q)^(~pvq) ß(~q v p)^(~q v ~p) by_________ ß ~q v(p ^ ~p) by_________ ß ~q v c by_________ ß ~q by_________ Therefore,(p v~q)^ (~p v ~q)ß ~q.
  2. Discrete Mathematics and its Application

    Am not understanding , how to do the truth or Venn diagram to show a statement pv(q^r)is equivalent to (pvq)^(pvr). How can I show the statement is not equivalent to (pvq)^r. I have to explain my answer in truth or Venn diagram, but my problem really is Word Problem, and that ...
  3. Math- Truth Tables

    Construct a Truth Table for the given statement: 1. p implies ~(pVq) 2. ~(p AND q)Vp I thought this is how to do it, but my teacher marked it incorrect: 1. p q ~(pVq) p implies ~(pVq) T T F T implies T= T T F F T implies F= F F T F F implies F= T F F T F implies T= T 2. p q ~(...
  4. geometry

    Give the reason for the step taken from a proof. <1 and <2 are a linear pair given m<1 + m<2 = 180* ? a. congruent supplements theorem b. vertical angles theorem c. linear pair postulate d. congruent complements theorem when i put < i hope you know what i mean ...
  5. Math

    Construct a Truth Table for the given statement: 1. p implies ~(pVq) 2. ~(p AND q)Vp I thought this is how to do it, but my teacher marked it incorrect: 1. p q ~(pVq) p implies ~(pVq) T T F T implies T= T T F F T implies F= F F T F F implies F= T F F T F implies T= T 2. p q ~(...
  6. geometry

    Give the reason for the step taken from a proof. <1 is the supplement of <2---->Given <3 is the supplement of <4---->Given <2 = <4----------------------->Given <1 = <3----------------------->? a. linear pair postulate b. congruent ...
  7. math

    give the reason for the step taken angle 1 and angle 2 are linear pair angle 1 and angle 2 are supplementary a)congruent supplements theorem b)vertical angle theorem c)congruent complements theorem d)linear pair postulate
  8. Math- Truth Tables

    Construct a Truth Table for the given statement: 1. p implies ~(pVq) 2. ~(p AND q)Vp I thought this is how to do it, but my teacher marked it incorrect: 1. p q ~(pVq) p implies ~(pVq) T T F T implies T= T T F F T implies F= F F T F F implies F= T F F T F implies T= T 2. p q ~(...
  9. Discreet math

    [(pvq)^(p=>)^(q=>)]=>r[(pvq)^(p=>)^(q=>)]=>r
  10. Microeconomics

    Explain how the supply of new housing interacts with shifts in the demand for owner-occupied housing in your neighbourhood or an area with which you are familiar. In what ways does the mechanism differ from that which exists normally in markets for consumer goods such as ...
  11. Greens Theorem

    Can someone show me step by step how to work this problem out please. Let C be the triangle with vertices (0,0), (1,0), and (1,2). Find the following line integral by two methods, directly and using greens theorem. 2xy^2dx + yx^2dy Thanks!!!
  12. geometry

    Construction: The midpoint of a line segment can be constructed. Theorem: If the consecutive midpoints of the sides of a parallelogram are joined in order, then the quadrilateral formed from the midpoints is a parallelogram. Write an essay (suggested length of 2–4 pages, ...
  13. Calculus

    Determine the limit of the trigonometric function: Limit as x approaches pi/4 of (1-tanx)/(sinx-cosx) I need step by step help using the special trignometric limits theorem.
  14. Geometry

    I need help on these two. Consider tirangles ABC and DEF. Side A is congruent to side F. Angle A is congruent to angle F. Angle B is congruent to angle E. What postulate or theorem can be used to prove that the two triangles are congruent? If angle1 and angle2 are ...
  15. Macroeconomic

    The idea that creating incentives for individuals and firms to increase productivity leading to an increase in the long-run aggregate supply curve is a. the Ricardian equivalence theorem. b. demand-side economics. c. consistent with crowding out. d. supply-side economics.
  16. precal

    De Moivre’s theorem states, “If z = r(cos u + i sin u), then zn = rn(cos nu + i sin nu).” • Verify de Moivre’s theorem for n = 2. a. Provide a correct proof that includes written justification for each step.
  17. Pre-Calculus

    Can someone please help me with this problem? De Moivre’s theorem states, “If z = r(cos u + i sin u), then zn = rn(cos nu + i sin nu).” • Verify de Moivre’s theorem for n = 2. a. Provide a correct proof that includes written justification for each step.
  18. Algebra 2

    HOW DO I SUPPLY THE AXIOM OR THEOREM THAT JUSTIFIES TO A GIVEN STATEMENT
  19. Chemistry

    How can you solve for a derived unit involving density? I don't know what you mean. Density is a derived unit, no mater what the units used are. Do you have an example of what you are doing? Yes. What is the mass of a sample of material that has a volume of 55.1 cm^3 and a ...
  20. Math Calculus

    The Image Theorem: The image theorem, a corollary of the intermediate value theorem, expresses the property that if f is continuous on the interval [a, b], then the image (the set of y-values) of f on [a,b] is all real numbers between the minimum of f(x) on [a,b], inclusive. ...
  21. Mathematics

    Dear Jiskha, I will appreciate if you can show me step by step how this geometry math question is solved. Using the Pythagorean Theorem,how do i find the length the unknown side 'b'. Side 'a' has a measurement of 1...the hypotenuse: a square root of 2. Your help is appreciated.
  22. ICT

    i have been given a question to give an explanation of what logical improvements could be made to a current system to meet the requirements of a new information system...i was wondering what is actually meant bt a logical improvement? logical improvement: Something not ...
  23. Business English

    What is the best reason to omit the reason for the refusal in a negative message? A. The reader may not think of the reason. B. The reason reflects poorly on the company. C. The reason benefits the reader, but not the writer. D. The reason is watertight.
  24. Rate determining step

    I don't understand how to get a rate determining step. I have an energy diagram for a two-step conversion where the first step Ea is about 18 units. The energy then goes down about 4 units and rises again about 10 units to the peak of the second step. Why is the rate-...
  25. Geometry

    Could anyone tell me if this question is correct? 2.) Which is true about both Pappus's Theorem and Desargues' Theorem? Each theorem applies to spherical geometry. Each conclusion states that three points are collinear. <---- Each hypothesis is based on triangles. Each ...
  26. Geometry

    5. What theorem do Exercises 1-4 prove? (1 point) Triangle Inequality Theorem Converse of the Angle Bisector Theorem Angle Bisector Theorem Triangle Midsegment Theorem
  27. calculus

    Let f(x) = (x+1)/(x-1). Show that there are no vlue of c such that f(2)-f(0) =f'(c)(2-0). Why does this not contradict the Mean Value Theorem? I plugged 2 and 0 into the original problem and got 3 and -1 . Then I found the derivative to be ((x-1)-(x+1))/(x-1)^2. Whould would I...
  28. logical framework

    Hello I need to write an essay about the logical framework.I do not know how to start. I need to answer if the logical framework is the mastertool in project cycle management. can someone give me some indications. thank you
  29. Business Communications

    What is the BEST reason to omit the reason for the refusal in a negative message? (Points: 5) The reader may not think of the reason. The reason reflects poorly on the company. The reason benefits the reader, but not the writer. The reason is watertight. im not so sre of the ...
  30. Pre-Calculus

    Solve the system by the substitution method. Show your work. 2y - x = 5 x2 + y2 - 25 = 0 I solved the problem but I got it wrong for some reason..can you solve it step by step?
  31. calc

    by applying rolle's theorem, check whether it is possible that the function f(x) = x^5 + x -17 has two real roots. your reason is that if f(x) has two real roots then by rolle's theorem, f'(x) must be equal to what at certain value of x between these two roots, but f'(x) is ...
  32. production and operations management

    The “bullwhip” effect: A. Occurs as orders are relayed from retailers to wholesalers B. Results in increasing fluctuations at each step of the sequence C. Increases the costs associated with inventory in the supply chain D. Occurs because of distortions in information in ...
  33. Economics quick question

    Could you check these please thanks. A --------- is a graph showing the quantities supplied at each possible price. A. Supply Schedule B. Law of supply C. Supply Curve D. Market Supply Is the answer C??
  34. Math (Algebra 2)

    Factoring by Using a Quadratic Form Problem: x^4 + 8x^2 - 20 What I have so far: (x^2)^2 + 8(x^2) - 20 a^2 + 8a - 20 For some reason my textbook says to substitute the (x^2) with (a) as you can see in the las step. The next step after that is factoring [a^2 + 8a - 20].
  35. ALGEBRA HELP

    When solving the equation, what property was used to go from step 3 to step 4? Step 1: -(2x+3= x-18 Step 2: -2x-3=x-18 Step 3: -3=3x-18 Step 4: 15=3x A)APOE B)SPOE C)MPOE D)DPOE
  36. Calculus

    If f(x) is differentiable for the closed interval [−1, 4] such that f(−1) = −3 and f(4) = 12, then there exists a value c, −1< c < 4 such that a)f'(c)=3 b)f'(c)=0 C)f(c)=-15 d)f(c)=3 I understand that you are supposed to use the mean value theorem, but i dont ...
  37. Calculus

    Verify the hypothesis of the mean value theorem for each function below defined on the indicated interval. Then find the value “C” referred to by the theorem. Q1a) h(x)=√(x+1 ) [3,8] Q1b) K(x)=(x-1)/(x=1) [0,4] Q1c) Explain the difference between the Mean Value ...
  38. geometry

    Construct a truth table for (~pvq) ____>
  39. geometry

    Construct a truth table for (~PVq)___> q
  40. chemistry

    How many moles of ammonium ions are in 8.794g of ammonium carbonate? I've tried this multiple times but some reason, I can't quite get the answer. If someone can show me step-by-step how to go about this problem, I'd really appreciate it.
  41. supply chain

    Supply Chain Risk: Research information on the Internet to assess the risks of a global supply chain. How have companies in the Microsoft supply chain been affected by disruptions to the supply chain due to events like strikes and natural disasters? Answer in no more ...
  42. Math

    Construct a Truth Table for the given statement: 1. p implies ~(pVq) 2. ~(p AND q)Vp
  43. Math

    Construct a Truth Table for the given statement: 1. p implies ~(pVq) 2. ~(p AND q)Vp
  44. English

    1. Do you think why he is upset? 2. Do you believe where he lives? 3. Do you suppose where he was born? (Do you have the reason why the three sentences are not correct? Do you have any logical reason?) 4. Why Do you think he is upset? 5. Where do you believe he lives? 6. Where...
  45. Bayes' Theorem

    Help!!! I'm not really good at Bayes' Theorem. Can you please walk me through. In the current second year class of a top ranked US university, all students come from three states in the US . Kansas, Illinois, and Ohio supply respectively 40%, 50%, and 10% of the students. The ...
  46. Science

    In a diploid organism with 2n=8, what is the probability that one of its gametes will contain only paternally derived chromosomes (ie, not a mixture of paternal and maternally derived chromosomes)?
  47. Julia - Green's theorem

    Sorry, I did not see your question ================================= Posted by julia on Monday, December 10, 2007 at 9:15pm. Can someone show me step by step how to work this problem out please. Let C be the triangle with vertices (0,0), (1,0), and (1,2). Find the following ...
  48. calculus

    Factor theorem states that "x-a is a factor of f(x) if and only if f(a)=0" 1. What is the sufficient condition of the factor theorem? 2. What is the necessary condition of the factor theorem? My answer was x-a is a factor of f(x) for (1.) and f(a)=0 for (2.) but it is wrong. ...
  49. calculus

    Verify that the Intermediate Value theorem applies to the indicated interval and find the value of c guaranteed by the theorem. f(x) = x^2 - 6x + 8, [0,3], f(c) = 0 I have no idea how to use the theorem :(
  50. Algebra help

    f(x)=x^3-4x^2-x+4 How do I find the x-intercept for this? This is from my book: step 1: 0=x^3-4x^2-x+4 step 2: 0=x^2(x-4)+(-1)(x-4) step 3: 0=(x^2-1)(x-4) I know how to solve once I get to step 3, but in step 2, I don't know what they've done or why. Where does that (-1) come ...
  51. Quick math help

    In which step below does a mistake first appear in simplifying the expression? 0.5(-12c+6)-3(c+4)+10(c-5) Step 1: -6c+3-3(c+4)+10(c-5) Step 2: -6c+3-3c-12+10(c-5) Step 3: -6c+3-3c-12+10c-50 Step 4: 7c-41 Please help me!!! Thank you!!
  52. aps

    There are 26 step on flpor at the time saad comes down two step imad step up one step When will tyey meet at what step?
  53. english

    can somebody please help me with this question . Is this statement logical? "Many people have said no one will ever travel to Mars. They're right! After all, we have never done it before Do you think it's logical and correct to assume that because "we've never done it before" ...
  54. Discrete Math

    Theorem: For every integer n, if x and y are positive integers with max(x, y) = n, then x = y. Basic Step: Suppose that n = 1. If max(x, y) = 1 and x and y are positive integers, we have x = 1 and y = 1. Inductive Step: Let k be a positive integer. Assume that whenever max(x, ...
  55. math- Triangle facts

    Explaining the isosceles theorem. Explain why the SAS Inequality theorem is also called the Hinge theorem. the steps for Indirect Proofs and using an indirect proof with an algebraic problem.
  56. Chemistry

    In a chain mechanism, a reaction in which two free radicals combine to form a stable molecule would be called the A) initiation step B) termination step C) propagation step D) inhibition step E) branching step
  57. math

    give the reason to justify each step a. 4c+3(2+c)=4c+6+3c b. =4c+3c+6 c. =(4c+3c)+6 d. =(4+3)c+6 e =7c+6
  58. Calculus

    By applying Rolle's theorem, check whether it is possible that the function f(x)=x^5+x−5 has two real roots. Answer: (input possible or impossible ) Your reason is that if f(x) has two real roots then by Rolle's theorem: f′(x) must be (input a number here) at ...
  59. English

    Word box: I have Intimidate liberate logical misrepresent optional and variable left 10. her arguement was so ______ that she convinced us that her solution to the math problem was the correct one logicaL?
  60. college sttistics

    I have read all my material regarding how to try and figure out how to use Chebyshev Theorem. I even email my teacher and to no avail, I need your help in how to work this problem out step by step. A nationwide test taken by high school sophomores and juniors has three ...
  61. Math - Calculus

    Show that the equation x^3-15x+c=0 has at most one root in the interval [-2,2]. Perhaps Rolle's Theorem, Mean Value Theorem, or Intermediate Value Theorem hold clues? ...Other than simply using my TI-84, I have no idea how to accomplish this.
  62. Math - Calculus

    Show that the equation x^3-15x+c=0 has at most one root in the interval [-2,2]. Perhaps Rolle's Theorem, Mean Value Theorem, or Intermediate Value Theorem hold clues? ...Other than simply using my TI-84, I have no idea how to accomplish this.
  63. algebra

    Provide A Reason For Each Step Of Simplifying The Expression 3 3(4p-1)-7p
  64. Algebra 1

    Give the reason (property) for each step in the simplification. 8(a+b)-3a (8a+8b)-3a (8b+8a)-3a 8b+(8a-3a) 8b+5a
  65. Economics

    Sugar can be produced from a variety of plants. In tropical countries it is frequently derived from sugarcane. In the U.S. it is largely extracted from sugarbeets. As part of a program of economic pressure against Cuba, the U.S. has for years placed large tariff (import tax) ...
  66. Quantitative Literacy | MAT106

    In this assignment, look for and provide two advertisements that you think contain logical fallacies. Use any advertisement that you can find in magazines, on television, or from the Internet for this assignment. Your two examples must represent two of the following logical ...
  67. Symbolic Logic

    1) Give a general proof to show that for all sentences X and Y and for every consistent set Σ of sentences, if X and Y are logical consequences of Σ, then the set {X, Y} is consistent. 2) Let C be a logical consequence of the set {P1, P2, P3} and of the set {P1, P2, ...
  68. Spanish Please help

    Will somebody please help? I don't know spanish that well. Thanks you. 14. Choose the most logical completion for the sentence. _________ la puerta. A.) Pienso B.) Pierdo C.) Cierro D.) Entiendo 15. Choose the most logical completion for the sentence. Ellos no ___________ la ...
  69. eng 122

    Each premise must ______. (Points : 1) Be funny and short Be credible and logical Be a question None of the above ans Be credible and logical
  70. english

    2. Tecumseh's "Let the white race perish" speech is A. a logical list of reasons why the whites should be resisted. B. a satire on the white race and its traditions. C. a plea to the people's reason. D. an appeal to the emotions of his listeners.
  71. Physics

    The position of a particle moves along the equation X = Vo/K (1 - e^(-KT)) Vo and K are constants a)determine the total distance that the particle moves b) Show that the aceleration is derived from the velocity c) Reason how it could take an infinite amount of time to move a ...
  72. Biology

    Characteristics that biologists use to classify organisms are a. convergent evolution, cladogram, reproductive isolation. b. reproductive isolation, evolutionary history, shared derived characteristics. c. binomial nomenclature, shared derived characteristics, evolutionary ...
  73. economics

    Which of the following is a FALSE statement? A. Changes in the price of inputs can cause a shift in supply. B. If the price of other goods change, it can cause a shift in supply. C. Government involvement in the economy will not cause a shift in supply. D. Certain advancements...
  74. Economics

    What is the effect of import restrictions on supply? A. They cause the available supply of goods to drop.**** B. They cause the available supply of goods to rise. C. They often cause supply to rise steeply and then drop. D. They usually do not have any lasting effect on supply.
  75. Logical Fallacy

    Which logical fallacy is, "We don't need to change our registration process because everyone is already familiar with the way we do things and changing it could be confusing." I think it might be overgeneralization.
  76. Biology

    24. Characteristics that biologists use to classify organisms are a. convergent evolution, cladogram, reproductive isolation b. reproductive isolation,evolutionary history, shared derived characteristics c. binomial nomenclature, shared derived characteristics, evolutionary ...
  77. math

    what formula i need to use in solving binomial theorem and what is the first step i need to do?
  78. Help PLZ!!

    consider the steps to simplify the expression. Which property is used to reach Step 3? Expression: -4 3 7 + 7 + (-3 4 7 ) Step 1: = -4 3 7 + (-3 4 7 ) + 7 Step 2: = -4 + (- 3 7 ) + (-3) + (- 4 7 ) + 7 Step 3: = -4 + (- 3 7 ) + (- 4 7 ) + (-3) + 7 Step 4: = -4 + (-1) + (-3) + 7...
  79. calc

    Verify that the function satisfies the three hypotheses of Rolle's Theorem on the given interval. Then find all numbers c that satisfy the conclusion of Rolle's Theorem. f(x)= x sqrt(x+21) , [-21,0] If there is more than one solution separate your answers with commas. c = Do ...
  80. Math

    In which step is the error? Step 1: Let x = 1 and y = 1. Step 2: By substitution xy = y^2. Step 3: Multiplying both sides by -1, -xy= -y^2. Step 4: Adding x^2 to both sides, x^2-xy=x^2-y^2. Step 5: Factoring, x(x-y)=(x+y)(x-y). Step 6: Dividing both sides by x-y, x=x+y. Step 7...
  81. math

    Could you show me step by step how to find the inverse of this problem: log with base of 2 (x+1) Thanks! It is not clear what the problem is. You are given a function of x. Let's calli it y. Are you trying to come up with an equation for x in terms of y? If log(base2)of (x+1...
  82. poem

    I have this poem that I was working on and I used the word "derived" and from my understanding it means to obtain. So i was wondering if this sentence made sense with the word. "No more will I let you fill my head with stories you've in-bedded, that rest here until my brain ...
  83. Analytical CHM

    Calculate the theoretical amounts of 0.1000 M NaOH titrant used to titrate 0.8 and 0.9 g KHP Please show step by step solution , i need the correct significant figures and units to finish up the rest of the lab correctly i found the answer but for some reason ,using my answers...
  84. electronics

    which of the following statements is a true statement concerning the T-N theorem? #1-the T-N theorem can be applied only to d-c circuit analysis. #2-the T-n theorem can be applied only to a-c circuit analysis #3-the T-N theorem can be applied to circuits containing both d-c ...
  85. Mircoeconomics: Elasticity

    Please help! I have a mid-term test in a couple of minutes... -------------- If the demand for some good fluctuates, but supply is constant, then which of the following combinations would generally yield the greatest quantity fluctuations? A) large demand fluctuations and ...
  86. pre algebra

    solve the equation step by step.list each step along with the property you used during that step. -5 x 1 x 11 x 4
  87. Algebra 1--Step-by-Step

    Can someone show me how to solve these step-by-step? Please? Thank you. Factor each polynomial by grouping. Check your answer. 1. 2r^2 - 6r + 12 - 4r 2. 14q^2 - 21q + 6 - 4q 3. w^3 -4w^2 + w - 4 4. 2p^3 - 6p^2 + 15 - 5p
  88. calc

    Verify that the function satisfies the three hypotheses of Rolle's Theorem on the given interval. Then find all numbers "c" that satisfy the conclusion of Rolle's Theorem. f(x)=sin4pix , [-1/2,1/2] Well according to Rolle's Theorem, it has to be continuous on [a.b] and it is ...
  89. truth tables

    (pVq)--> ~p Construct a truth table
  90. algerbra

    solve the equation step by step list each step along with the property you used during that step -5*1*11*4
  91. english!

    Make sure you understand the topic(s) is a step in the research process. (A) This step needs to be done as soon as your research is completed. (B) This step is the last step in the research process. (C) Always ensure you grasp the topic before you go to another step. (D) This ...
  92. Economics

    Could you please check this Directions: Match each item with the correct statement. Here are the words: supply elasticity law of supply price system technology price ceiling supply inelastic supply curve shortage market supply taxes 1. principle that suppliers will normally ...
  93. geometry

    Point M is the midpoint of AC. Find its coordinates. (1 point)(b + c, d) (a + c, d) (2c + 2c, d) (2b + c, d) 2. Point N is the midpoint of BC. Find its coordinates. (1 point)(b + c, d) (a + c, d) (2a + c, d) What theorem do Exercises 1-4 prove? (1 point)Triangle Inequality ...
  94. English

    After having studied all the sites suggested by Sra and Writeacher, I have found, that "eponym", as well as "toponym", has two definitions. EPONYM: 1) a name from which another name or word is derived. 2)a word derived from a person. This would make both, Athena and Athens, ...
  95. Economics

    Could you please check these thanks. Directions: Supply can decrease and increase depending upon several factors. Also you must put if that factor increase/decreases amount of supply, if the supply curves to the left/right, and if the cost to produce is increasing/decreasing ...
  96. General

    It is nearly always election time nowadays, when logical fallacies abound. What is your opinion of the current political scene? Do you follow it? Do you think all candidates are guilty of logical fallacies when campaigning? Can you provide a recent example?
  97. Economics

    How does productivity affect supply? This isn't a homework question I'm just curious, because I was reading about supply and demand off of google but I did't understand how productivity affected supply.
  98. Science

    My original question: In a diploid organism with 2n=8, what is the probability that one of its gametes will contain only paternally derived chromosomes (ie, not a mixture of paternal and maternally derived chromosomes)? PsyDAG replied: Since 4 of the 8 are paternal, 4/8 * 3/7...
  99. calculus

    The sides and diagonal of the rectangle above are strictly increasing with time. At the instant when x=4 and y=3, dx/dt=dz/dt and dy/dt=k(dz/dt). What is the value of k at that instant. solved for z with pythagorean theorem and stuck at that step. z=5
  100. calculus

    The sides and diagonal of the rectangle above are strictly increasing with time. At the instant when x=4 and y=3, dx/dt=dz/dt and dy/dt=k(dz/dt). What is the value of k at that instant. solved for z with pythagorean theorem and stuck at that step. z=5
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