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accepted Proving an argument to be invalid
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comment Proving an argument to be invalid
Sorry, It's my mistake. I have applied the inference rule wrongly in line 11. So, the argument is invalid.
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comment Proving an argument to be invalid
I added my proof, please let me know if it is wrong.
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revised Proving an argument to be invalid
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asked Proving an argument to be invalid
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accepted Deducing “Some are ” from “All are”?
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comment Deducing “Some are ” from “All are”?
@Thomas: It's from my book that I read.
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comment Deducing “Some are ” from “All are”?
So it would be true if I had, 1. All are Italian 2. There is at least one Italian 3. Therefore, Some are Italian I suppose this what you meant by non-empty collection?
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asked Deducing “Some are ” from “All are”?
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accepted Probability of tossing a coin
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accepted Example of non-mutually exclusive event using a coin
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comment Example of non-mutually exclusive event using a coin
In my example, the first event is tossing heads and the second event is tossing tails. So, they are mutually exclusive i.e. having no outcomes in common and the probability for either of event is 1.
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asked Example of non-mutually exclusive event using a coin
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comment Probability of tossing a coin
What would be the correct wording for a question according to my answer?
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asked Probability of tossing a coin