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anonymous
 4 years ago
Use the rules of inference to show that the hypotheses: "If it does not rain or if it is not foggy, then the sailing race will be held and the lifesaving demonstration will go on," "If the sailing race is held, then the trophy will be awarded," and "The trophy was not awarded" imply the conclusion "It rained."
anonymous
 4 years ago
Use the rules of inference to show that the hypotheses: "If it does not rain or if it is not foggy, then the sailing race will be held and the lifesaving demonstration will go on," "If the sailing race is held, then the trophy will be awarded," and "The trophy was not awarded" imply the conclusion "It rained."

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anonymous
 4 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0If A, then B. If B, then C. Therefore, if A, then C. If not C, then not A. If A happens, then C will will happen. C never happened, so A must not ever have happened.
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