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I will medal and fan Read the following two statements. Then use the Law of Syllogism to draw a conclusion. If the TV is too loud, then it will give me a headache. If I have a headache, then I will have to rest. If the TV volume is too loud, then I will have to rest. If I have a headache, then the TV volume is too loud. If I rest, then the TV volume was too loud. If I rest, then I have a headache.

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Plz help

  2. anonymous
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    its the second one because when the tv is too loud it will give you a head ache

  3. anonymous
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    Thank You

  4. anonymous
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    no problem if you need help tell me

  5. anonymous
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    the same could be true for the last one

  6. anonymous
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    tru but the second one is better

  7. anonymous
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    i think a

  8. anonymous
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    In mathematical logic, the Law of Syllogism says that if the following two statements are true: (1) If p, then q. Then we can derive a third true statement: (3) If p, then r.

  9. anonymous
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    its saying if a led to b then b led to c that a led to c

  10. anonymous
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    Ya that seems right

  11. anonymous
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    thx

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    Thank You

  13. anonymous
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    np

  14. anonymous
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    good try @nomymalik

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