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The exercises are designed to require some thought beyond the rote application of the principles essayed in the lecture notes.

In some cases, formulating possible responses to the questions requires conditional answers which depend upon specific simplifying assumptions.

Even so, most, if not all, of the problems should be answerable on the basis of the topics covered in the course topics accessible from the logic homepage.

 



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