## Software

Pertorm steps 1-3 of the CSDP for the following output reports. In setting out derivation rules. you may use any convenient notation. Software Information Modeling And Specification

## Complete the following problems: Chapter 3: Problem 1 Problem 2 Chapter 4: Discu

Complete the following problems: Chapter 3: Problem 1 Problem 2 Chapter 4: Discussion Question 34 Note 1: In order to earn credit for your answers to the problems, you are required to show all supporting work. You will be expected to use Microsoft Office applications (Excel, Word, and PowerPoint) when showing your supporting work. Note […]

## Logic and philosophy 1-Translate the following sentences into symbolic form and then explain how they differ in meaning

Logic and philosophy 1-Translate the following sentences into symbolic form and then explain how they differ in meaning -Everyone has a mother -There is someone who is the mother of everyone 2-Determine whether the follwoing inferences are valid (translate them into symbolic form then determine whether making the premise true makes teh conclusion true) -The […]

## Does the same pattern hold in modal logic? Is argument A below valid and B invalid?

In predicate logic the inference from (∀x)Fx v (∀x)Gx to (∀x)(Fx v Gx) is valid, but the reverse inference from (∀x)(Fx v Gx) to (∀x)Fx v (∀x)Gx is invalid. Does the same pattern hold in modal logic? Is argument A below valid and B invalid? Explain why or why not in your own words. A.) […]

## Why is it a wrong pattern of reasoning or an unhelpful psychological pattern of thinking?

Here’s your chance to do a little thinking and reading and writing on your own, applying what you’ve learned about fallacies and cognitive biases to a short paper. Pick one of the inductive fallacies from lecture 6 OR one of the cognitive biases from lecture 7 and write a SHORT (1-2 pages, double-spaced, one-inch margins, […]

## Describe the Master-Slave flip flop using the appropriate circuit diagram

All your solutions must be typed in word and converted to pdf, You may use any appropriate tool to design your diagrams. Question 1. Describe the Master-Slave flip flop using the appropriate circuit diagram, truth table, characteristic, and excitation tables. Question 2. Design a sequential circuit for T flip flop using J K flip flop. […]

## Design a simple logic circuit that operates a microwave.

You may use word or any suitable tool to design your circuit diagrams. Ensure to add detail descriiptions of how your circuit operates. Note: both solutions must be in the same file. Question 1 Design a simple logic circuit that operates a microwave. your solution must include truth tables, logic equations and logic circuit. Question […]

## analyze and critically evaluate another person’s argument.

A critical essay is one in which you analyze and critically evaluate another person’s argument. Write a 350-word critical essay on one of the selections found on page 212 in your eBook. Your essay should include the following four elements. Introduction Argument summary Critical Evaluation Conclusion — A critical essay is one in which you […]

## Identify the assumptions of the position by drawing inferences from its communicated proposition.

Identifying and creating arguments take time, care, and hard work. The skills you have been practicing throughout the course will be assessed in this paper and conclude with you constructing your own argument on a position. Your argument can be a contradiction, a support, or an alteration of the argument you’ve researched. Whichever you choose […]

## Prove that this argument is valid using the truth tree method.

Prove that this argument is valid using the truth tree method. All the partygoers except Kari sang a song. All partygoers except Eva gave a speech. Kari’s not Eva. Ergo, Kari gave a speech and Eva sang a song. Use property predicates for party attendees, singing a song, and giving a speech, respectively.