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Volume 7, Number 42

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21 October 2002                                  Vol. 7, No. 42

                  THE MATH FORUM INTERNET NEWS

                   Mu Alpha Theta | Math2.org
       Dr. Math FAQ: A Crash Course in Symbolic Logic


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                   New from the Dr. Math FAQ
               A CRASH COURSE IN SYMBOLIC LOGIC
                       by D.J. Brasier

      http://mathforum.org/dr.math/faq/symbolic_logic.html

  A student asked our math doctors: Is symbolic logic so hard
  that some people will just never be able to get it? In a
  gentle introduction to the notation and rules of derivation
  used by symbolic logic, Dr. Achilles shows why the answer to
  that question is "No."

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