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 cs-236:homework-5 [2015/10/05 16:10]egm [Problems] cs-236:homework-5 [2018/08/14 20:54] (current)pdiddy 8th edition Both sides previous revision Previous revision 2018/08/14 20:54 pdiddy 8th edition2015/10/05 16:10 egm [Problems] 2015/10/05 16:09 egm [Problems] 2015/10/05 16:09 egm [Problems] 2015/01/05 20:33 egm [Problems] 2014/09/03 17:50 egm created 2018/08/14 20:54 pdiddy 8th edition2015/10/05 16:10 egm [Problems] 2015/10/05 16:09 egm [Problems] 2015/10/05 16:09 egm [Problems] 2015/01/05 20:33 egm [Problems] 2014/09/03 17:50 egm created Line 13: Line 13: # (4 points) Section 1.1 problem 1. (int'l same) # (4 points) Section 1.1 problem 1. (int'l same) - # (3 points) Section 1.1 problem 12 (int'l 8), parts a, b, and c. + # (3 points) Section 1.1 problem 12 (int'l 8; 8th ed. 14), parts a, b, and c. - # (3 points) Section 1.1 problem 35 (int'l 31) parts a, c, f. + # (3 points) Section 1.1 problem 35 (int'l 31; 8th ed. 37) parts a, c, f. # (4 points) Prove that the distributive laws in Table 6 of section 1.3 (int'l 1.2) in the textbook are tautologies using truth tables. # (4 points) Prove that the distributive laws in Table 6 of section 1.3 (int'l 1.2) in the textbook are tautologies using truth tables. - # (2 points) Section 1.3 (int'l 1.2) problem 26. + # (2 points) Section 1.3 (int'l 1.2) problem 26 (8th ed. 30). # (2 points) Section 1.4 (int'l 1.3) problem 3. # (2 points) Section 1.4 (int'l 1.3) problem 3. # (4 points) Section 1.4 (int'l 1.3) problem 6 parts a and b. # (4 points) Section 1.4 (int'l 1.3) problem 6 parts a and b. # (3 points) Section 1.4 (int'l 1.3) problem 17 parts a, b, and c. # (3 points) Section 1.4 (int'l 1.3) problem 17 parts a, b, and c. - # (4 points) Section 1.4 (int'l 1.3) problem 50. The easiest approach to this problem is to find a counter-example. + # (4 points) Section 1.4 (int'l 1.3) problem 50 (8th ed. 52). The easiest approach to this problem is to find a counter-example. - # (2 points) Section 1.4 problem 58. (int'l does not have this problem) + # (2 points) Section 1.4 problem 58. (int'l does not have this problem; 8th ed. 60) - # (4 points) Section 1.4 problem 60, all parts. (int'l does not have this problem) + # (4 points) Section 1.4 problem 60, all parts. (int'l does not have this problem; 8th ed. 62) # (4 points) Section 1.5 (int'l 1.4) problem 1, all parts. # (4 points) Section 1.5 (int'l 1.4) problem 1, all parts. # (4 points) Section 1.5 (int'l 1.4) problem 10 parts a and d. # (4 points) Section 1.5 (int'l 1.4) problem 10 parts a and d. 