## How do you translate quantifiers?

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*The order of the quantifiers in the english. You can follow that when you write them down in logic.*

## How do I translate propositional logic to English?

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*This is called a unary operator which means it attaches to one proposition. So if you have p you can make it not p if you have not s you can make that not not s. So this just means not.*

## How do you translate sentences into predicate logic?

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*And we could also establish that hx could be x is happy now it's important that you put the variable there that tells us basically what we're substituting.*

## How do you translate formal logic?

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*And we write that this way not P. And not Q and that's the symbolic form for that statement Part C says there is life on Mars. So that would be P.*

## How do you translate nested quantifiers?

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*Always positive we might say greater than zero. So we're basically rewriting the sentence to be in just a bit more Matthew. So that it's easier for us to translate into a logical expression.*

## How do you translate a sentence into first order logic?

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*Bill takes analysis if an namely if you will not take geometry up with bill takes analysis no geometry. But not both at the same time those two vasilich. Night. So she throws in a bill Kabila crow.*

## What is the symbol for if and only if?

Logic math symbols table

Symbol | Symbol Name | Meaning / definition |
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⇔ |
equivalent | if and only if (iff) |

↔ | equivalent | if and only if (iff) |

∀ | for all | |

∃ | there exists |

## What is logical translation?

In propositional logic, **a translation yields the specific form of the original when we can restore the original by substituting simple statements for each distinct propositional variable in the translation**.

## How do you translate a compound statement in symbolic form?

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*So that means we can group the antecedent Q and not R. Giving us this particular statements P or if P then parenthesis Q and not R. So this is how you formulate the statements.*

## What does ↔ mean in math?

Symbol ↔ or ⟺ **denote usually the equivalence**, commonly known also as “NXOR”, “if and only if” or “iff” for short (see also its Wikipedia page). More precisely p↔q is equal to (p→q)∧(q→p)

## How do you write if and only if proof?

To prove a theorem of the form A IF AND ONLY IF B, **you first prove IF A THEN B, then you prove IF B THEN A**, and that’s enough to complete the proof.

## What does → mean in math?

result

The ⇒ symbol is often used in text to mean **“result” or “conclusion”**, as in “We examined whether to sell the product ⇒ We will not sell it”. Also, the → symbol is often used to denote “changed to”, as in the sentence “The interest rate changed.

## What is a →?

→, **representing the direction of a chemical reaction in a chemical equation**. →, representing the set of all mathematical functions that map from one set to another in set theory.

## What does +- mean in math?

plus/minus sign

Definition of plus/minus sign

: the sign ± used to indicate a quantity (such as 2 in “the square root of 4 is ±2”) taking on both an algebraically positive value and its negative and to indicate a plus or minus quantity (such as 4 in “the population age was 30 ± 4 years”) — called also plus/minus symbol.

## What does Y mean?

“**yes**“. Used in text-based communication such as instant messaging.

## Is Yo a slang word?

**Yo /ˈjoʊ/ is a slang interjection**, commonly associated with North American English. It was popularized by the Italian-American community in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in the 1940s.

## What does Z mean in slang?

“**Zero**” is the most common definition for Z on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.