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  • one year ago

Which of the following methods for making a proof does not involve the negation of a statement?

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  1. anonymous
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    whats the rest of the problem?

  2. anonymous
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    A) reductio ad absurdum B) modus tollens C) direct proof D) indirect proof

  3. anonymous
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    im trying, which do you think?

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    The only one that does not involve a negation would be a direct proof.

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    really! I was thinking it would be modus tollens...huh cool thanks.

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    it is modus tollens!!!!!!!!!!!!

  7. anonymous
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    http://weegy.com/?ConversationId=17C5AADF

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    ok that's what I thought but I was not sure

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    Thanks!!!!!!!!

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    If there is a Republican President and a Democratic Congress, then there will likely be A) a conference committee for debate. B) pro-Democratic legislation. C) a legislative stalemate. D) pro-Republican legislation

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