# Sentinental Logic 2016

 Conjunctions P & Q Sentences linked with andand = & Disjunctions P V Q Sentences linked with or, either...oror = V Negations ~P Phrases like: not, it is not the case that, it is false that = ~ Conditionals P ⊃ Q If then statements = ⊃ Biconditionals P ≡ Q If and only if = ≡ P if Q Q ⊃ P P is necessary for Q Q ⊃ P P given Q Q ⊃ P P provided Q Q ⊃ P P is sufficient for Q P ⊃ Q P implies Q P ⊃ Q In order for P, Q P ⊃ Q P only if Q P ⊃ Q P unless Q ~Q ⊃ P And translations (6 different ways) All below are translated to P & Q:- Both P and Q- P but Q- P whereas Q- P however Q- P nevertheless Q- P moreover Q It is false that P ~P P if but only if Q P ≡ Q P just in case Q P ≡ Q Neither P nor Q ~P & ~Qor~(P V Q) It is not the case that both P & Q ~(P &Q)or~P V ~Q Truth-Functional Paraphrasing: James and John will go to the movies Both James will go to the movies and John will go to the movieh Truth-Functional Paraphrasing: James or John will go the movies Either James will go to the movies or Jogn will go to the movies Truth-Functional Paraphrasing: James will not go to the movies It is not the cast that John will go to the movies Truth-Functional Paraphrasing: I will go if you go If you go, then I will go Truth-Functional Paraphrasing: Jane is a bachelorette just in case Jane is an unmarried woman. Jane is a bachelorette if and only if Jane is an unmarried woman AuthorDnuorgrednu2 ID323464 Card SetSentinental Logic 2016 DescriptionSentinental Logic 2016 Updated2016-09-22T01:50:03Z Show Answers