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An Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning by Peter J. Eccles

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Solutions to exercises

The reader should not imagine that the solutions which follow are the only possible correct solutions of the exercises. Of course for some, such as completing the truth tables in Exercises 1, there is a unique ‘right answer’ and anything else is wrong. But most exercises ask for a proof and for these there may be more than one possible proof and in any case the same proof may be set out in a variety of ways. If the reader’s solution is different from the author’s then the reader should pause and check whether both solutions are correct.

Exercises 1 (page 8)

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Notice that the final columns of the first two tables are ...

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