4.5c Review Exercises
Symbolizations

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Use the following interpretation:

A: Ames is a politician.
B: Bates is a politician.
C: Connors is a politician.
D: Ames is disreputable.
E: Bates is emotional.
F: Connors is fastidious.

Remember that you can always get the answer by entering '?'. Look at it, then try to type it in yourself. If you don't get most of these on the first try, and who does?, then you should try this exercise a second time.
  1. Ames is a politician and he's not disreputable.
  2. Ames is a politician if and only if he's not disreputable.
  3. Ames is a politician if he's not disreputable.
  4. Ames is a politician unless he's not disreputable.
  5. Ames is a politician only if he's not disreputable.
  6. Neither Bates nor Connors is a politician. (hint)
  7. Bates and Connors aren't both politicians. (hint)
  8. Bates and Connors both aren't politicians. (hint)
  9. If both Bates and Connors are politicians, Ames is disreputable.
  10. If Bates is emotional unless Connors is a politician, then Ames is disreputable.
  11. If Bates is a politician provided Connors is not, then both are politicians. (hint)
  12. Ames is a politician only if neither of the other two are politicians. (hint)
  13. Ames is a politician if both Bates and Connors are politicians.
  14. If Connors is fastidious and Bates emotional, then Connors is a politician only if Bates is not. (hint)
  15. Connors is a politician unless she is fastidious, and she is not fastidious.