# Complete the following proofs, showing that the conclusion can be d...

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Complete the following proofs, showing that the conclusion can be derived from the premises using only deductively valid forms as the intermediate steps. Each proof is worth 1 point, and students must have all correct steps in order to earn the point. You may copy and paste and complete the proofs on this document, or you may write out the proofs on paper and submit a clear and high quality electronic copy of your work. . "dot" V "wedge" "tilde" or "not" "horseshoe^ "biconditional" Problem 1 1.X=(Y=Z) 2.X=(Z=w) 3. TvX 4.-T /Y=W Problem 7 1. (X=Y) (Z=w) 2. (K+L) .M 3. K- (XvZ) /Yvw Problem 8 1. (XeY)v(ZeW) 2. (X+Y) UL 3. ~LeM 4. Z=(NeO) /N Problem 9 1. (X-Y)ZZ 2.X.L 3. (X-Y)=M 4. (Y+M)=(ZeK) /Zvw Problem 10 1. X=P XeR 3. P= (Q.S) 4.(PeQ)=(P=Q) /P=Q

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