## 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:

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## 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

## 3.5 Outline

1. Undefined terms, defined terms, axioms, and theorems
2. The letter game
3. Two-pan problem
4. Liar problem
5. Prisoner problem
6. Reporter’s error problem
7. Turkey problem

## 3.5 Essential Ideas

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## 3.1 Outline

1. Terminology
1. argument
2. hypotheses/premises
3. deductive reasoning
4. valid
5. logic
6. symbolic logic
7. statement
8. simple statement
9. operators (connectives)
10. compound statement
11. fuzzy logic
12. law of the excluded middle
13. truth value of a simple statement
2. Conjunction
1. translation: and
2. definition
3. Disjunction
1. translation: or
2. definition
4. Negation
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