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anonymous
 one year ago
1.In a dictionary, find the definitions of three words. Write them down verbatim, and be sure to cite your source.
2.Rewrite the definitions so that they are written as biconditionals. Recall that a biconditional is written in the form “A if and only if B.”
3.Do the three biconditionals make for good definitions? Justify your reasoning.
4.Share your responses to steps 1–3 above on the Discussion Board with your classmates. Organize your response so that it is easy to read, follow, and understand. Be specific, but keep your response brief, no more than three short paragraphs.
anonymous
 one year ago
1.In a dictionary, find the definitions of three words. Write them down verbatim, and be sure to cite your source. 2.Rewrite the definitions so that they are written as biconditionals. Recall that a biconditional is written in the form “A if and only if B.” 3.Do the three biconditionals make for good definitions? Justify your reasoning. 4.Share your responses to steps 1–3 above on the Discussion Board with your classmates. Organize your response so that it is easy to read, follow, and understand. Be specific, but keep your response brief, no more than three short paragraphs.

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