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SS1: Logical Reasoning – 2nd Term Mathematics Evaluation Questions  Week 8
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1. Question
Which of the following is not a statement
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2. Question
The following are “closed statements” except
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3. Question
Which of the following pairs of statements is with the correct negation of X
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4. Question
The conjunction of X and Y is
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5. Question
Consider the statements P, Q, R given below
P: A teacher is humorous
Q: A teacher is brilliant
R: A teacher is neat
Write the statement “No neat teacher is brilliant” as an implication
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6. Question
Give the converse of x + 8 < 3 ⇒x < – 5
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What is the relation of the substatements A and B in the Venn diagram above?
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8. Question
Given the following statements
P: 3x = 15
Q: 9x = 45, then
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9. Question
Which is true of the following implications, if P ⊂ Q, M: x ∈ P and N: x ∈ Q [a] M ⇒ ~ N
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For the set of positive whole numbers, let P: X is exactly divisible by 2. Q: X is an even number. What is the relationship between statements P and Q
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