Symbolic Logic Worksheets (4) & Answer Key
- To easily explain and visually show the simplicity of symbolic logic.
- Turn English sentences into mathematical formulas and symbolic statements.
- Understand the difference between “or” and “and”…
- Learn about conditional and biconditional statements and truth tables
- Differentiate between converse, inverse, and contrapositive.
- Learn logical equivalence
- Understand Venn Diagrams
TYPICAL GRADE LEVEL
8-11… Usually taught as a section in Geometry [but differs from state to state]
- Many examples
- Truth Tables to complete
- Venn Diagrams
- Identifying statements
- Negation of statements and truth tables
- “Or” and “And” statements and truth tables
- Converse, inverse, and contrapositive statements and truth tables
- Conditional statements and truth tables
- Identifying the hypothesis and conclusion of a conditional statement
- Biconditional statements and truth tables
- Venn Diagrams of “All,” “Some,” or “None”
- Venn Diagrams of conditional statements
- Answer Keys
WORKSHEETS (1 of 4)
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