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But then again, you might not be. , . , ' . , Chapter 1. 1 Exercises 1. For each of the following, find the free variables, if any, and decide if the given formula is a sentence. The language includes a binary function symbol + , a binary relation symbol < , and constant symbols 0 and 2. (a) (Vx)(Vy)(x + y = 2) (b) (x + y < x) V (V*)(« < 0) (c) ((Vy)(y < x)) V ((Vx)(* < y)) 2. Explain precisely, using the definition of a free variable, how you know that the variable is free in the formula (Vvi)(-i(Vv5)(w2 = i>i + v5)).
Sentences the variable x is free in this expression, as the value of the integral depends on the value of x. The variable t is not free, and in fact it doesn't make any sense to decide on a value for t. The same distinction holds between free and nonfree variables in an ^-formula. Let us try to make things a little more precise. 2. Suppose that v is a variable and
As you well knew. When you were introduced to symbolic logic, you were probably told that there were five connectives. In the mathematics that you have learned recently, you have been using two quantifiers. I hope you have noticed that we have not used all of those symbols in this book, but it is now time to make those symbols available. Rather than adding the symbols to our language, however, we will introduce them as abbreviations. This will help us to keep our proofs slightly less complex (as our inductive proofs will have fewer cases) but will still allow us to use the more familiar symbols, at least as shorthand.