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Sandra P Kurzban

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Re: Integrated Geometry _ Logic
Posted: Jul 1, 2008 11:44 AM
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John,

In Reference to G.G. 27 it says write a proof from a given hypothesis to a given conclusion, what does this entail? An example would be appreciated.
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