alright so ..these really confuse me please help
“If I do not quit, then I am not giving up. If I am not giving up, then I am not failing. Therefore, If I do not quit, then I am not failing.” This is an example of which property or law?
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I think it is a property.
thats not a choice the choices are
law of syllogism
law of detachment
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it's stated really badly though.
do you have a book or something you're supposed to be studying from? where are these questions from?
most syllogisms come in this form:
1. All men are mortal
2. Socrates is a man
3. Socrates is mortal
rename it to something generic
“If I do not quit (-q),
then I am not giving up.(-g)
\[-q \implies -g\]
If I am not giving up,(-g)
then I am not failing. (-f)
\[-g \implies -f\]
Therefore, If I do not quit, (-q)
then I am not failing.” (-f)
\[-q \implies -f\]
This is an example of which property or law?
Yeah I would say the law of syllogism kind of like this pic http://fc06.deviantart.net/fs29/i/2008/163/0/0/Law_of_Syllogism_by_Kirbychan.jpg
if a=b and b=c; then a=c; sounds transitional to me
go with amistre64, i'm incorrect.
lol, mito one upped me
id have to look up the defs of your options to see which matches
or maybe the asker could look them up and see which definition matches
i mean at that point you're not "helping" you're just straight up doing the work for him
i did look it up im just seeing what other people think i think its syllogism
lol it seems as though law of syllogism would work, cause the others don't seem right.
thanks bro ^^
The Law of Syllogism ( also called the Law of Transitivity ) states: if p=>q and q=>r are both true, then p=>r is true. - from some internet site