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CMSC 250 Quiz #2 Wednesday, Feb. 4, 2004
Write all answers legibly in the space provided. The number of points possible for each question is indicated
in square brackets - the total number of points on the quiz is 30, and you will have exactly 15 minutes to
complete this quiz.
1. [15 points] Create a complete truth table to determine if the following statement is a tautology. Use
1 for "true" and 0 for "false" to complete the truth table (rather than T and F).
. ? ((p ? q)? r)?(p? ? (r ? q))
2. [3 points] Your truth table shows it to be a tautology (circle one)? YES or NO
3. [3 points]Indicate the location or locations in the truth table that led you to this conclusion and
explain (in one sentence) why you reached this conclusion.
? TURN OVER ?
4. [6 points] Given the following statements. Give the representation for each of the given compound
statements using only the statement symbols and the ?(and),?(or)and ? (not) symbols. An...

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