## Individual Research Project Section 3.6

### Project 3.9

Build a simple device which will add single digit numbers.

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## Individual Research Projects Section 3.5

### Project 3.6 Convention Problem

A mathematician attended a convention of men and women scientists. The mathematician observed that if any two of them were picked at random, at least one of the two would be male. From this information, it … See the whole entry

## Individual Research Project Section 3.4

### Project 3.5

Suppose a prisoner must make a choice between two doors. One door leads to freedom and the other door is booby-trapped so that it leads to death. The doors are labeled as follows:

Door 1: This door leads … See the whole entry

## Individual Research Project Section 3.3

### Project 3.4

Between now and the end of the course, look for logical arguments in newspapers, periodicals, and books. Translate these arguments into symbolic form. Turn in as many of them as you find. Be sure to indicate where you … See the whole entry

## Individual Research Projects Section 3.2

### Project 3.2

Do some research to explain the differences between the words necessary and sufficient.

### Project 3.3

Sometimes statements p and q are described as contradictory, contrary, or inconsistent. Consult a logic text, and then define these terms using … See the whole entry

## Individual Research Project Section 3.1

### Project 3.1

Deck of Cards Puzzle

Here is a problem by Bob Stanton from the 1998 issue of Games magazine which you can use to test your logical reasoning.

“For her school’s Science Fair, your niece has pasted a deck … See the whole entry