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MTH 202 Assignment No1 Solution Spring 2018 Due Date 15-05-2018

MTH - 202 Assignment No 1 Solution

Here is the solution of assignment no 1 of MTH-202 Discrete Mathematics . I am sharing a jpg of solved assignment question but if you want to get docx file then click the link given below

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Explanation of Solution: 

Question 1:
 Use the truth table to test the validity of the following argument
If you invest in the HBFC, then you get rich.
You didn’t invest in the HBFC.
Therefore, you didn’t get rich.

First symbolize the argument.
Let p be the argument “you invest in the HBFC”.
Let q be the argument “you get rich”.
Then the argument has this symbolic form
p → q
~ p

 Here you Notice that in 3rd  row, the conclusion is FALSE while both premises are TRUE.
This tells us the argument is INVALID.

Question 2:
Prove that the statement ~q^(pàq) à ~p   is tautology.

~ q ^ (p → q) → ~ p = ‘t’
All truth value of statement is equal to ‘t ’
So it is tautology.

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