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Geometry: Logic Statements

Problems

Variations Using Statements

Variations on Conditional Statements

Problem : State the negation of the following statement:

Adrian loves rice.


Adrian does not love rice.

Problem : State the negation of the following statement:

The horse is not brown.


The horse is brown.

Problem : Given the following two statements, p and q , write their conjunction, disjunction, and the implication "if p , then q ."

p : The painting is colorful
q : The painting is pretty


conjunction: The painting is colorful and the painting is pretty.
disjunction: The painting is colorful or the painting is pretty.
implication: If the painting is colorful, then the painting is pretty.

Problem : Given the following two statements, p and q , write their conjunction, disjunction, and the implication "if p , then q ."

p : Two lines form a right angle.
q : Two lines are perpendicular.


conjunction: Two lines form a right angle and two lines are perpendicular.
disjunction: Two lines form a right angle or two lines are perpendicular.
implication: If two lines form a right angle, then two lines are perpendicular.

Problem : Given the following two statements, p and q , write their conjunction, disjunction, and the implication "if p , then q ."

p : Frank is a doctor.
q : The birds sing.


comjunction: Frank is a doctor and the birds sing.
disjunction: Frank is a doctor or the birds sing.
implication: If Frank is a doctor, then the birds sing.

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