2.1b
Basic SL

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1. An atomic sentence of SL is a simplest sentence of our symbolic language.
a. True b. False

2. Any molecular sentence of SL is constructed by connecting two atomic sentences together.
a. True b. False

3. "Agnes and Bob will both attend law school" may be symbolized as
a. A&B b. AvB c. A>B d. A=B

4. "Either Agnes or Bob will attend law school" may be symbolized as
a. A&B b. AvB c. A>B d. A=B

5. "Agnes will attend law school just in case Bob will" may be symbolized as
a. A&B b. AvB c. A>B d. A=B

6. Which of the following is not a grammatically correct sentence of SL?
a. A&B b. AvB c. A~B d. A=B

7. A conjunction is made up of
a. A conjunct, a wedge, and a disjunct. b. Two conjuncts and an ampersand. c. Neither of the above.

8. A conditional is made up of
a. A conjunct, a wedge, and a disjunct. b. Two conjuncts and a horseshoe. c. An antecedent, a horseshoe, and a consequent. d. Neither of the above.

9. The components of a disjunction are called...
a. disjuncts. b. disjunctettes. c. conjuncts. d. None of the above.

10. "If Agnes won't attend law school, then neither will Bob" may be symbolized as
a. ~(A>B) b. ~A>B c. A>~B d. ~A>~B

 

 

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