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Exercise 06[06.1]    “Reconstruct” the argument given below, and then[06.2]    “Evaluate” it as well.                The streets are now wet.                Therefore, it must have rained.=============================================================================Exercise 14  Symbolize the following so as to reveal as much structure as possible.   (Specify the abbreviations you use.)   NB: Make a distinction between the 2 kinds of disjunction, inclusive & exclusive[14.1]   The greatest basketball player ever to play the game is either Michael           Jordan or Kareem Abdul Jabbar.[14.2]   It’s going to snow on Christmas eve or on New Year’s eve.[14.3]   Either this sentence is true or it’s false.[14.4]   Abortion is either murder or it’s a harmless form of birth control.==============================================================================Exercise 16 [16-1]   Explain why the truth-table for conditional is called            “Material” Conditional by explaining the difference between:            (1) using a conditional as non-truth-functional, and            (2) using it as truth-functional.[16-2]   Determine the truth value of the following conditional statement           used as a material conditional:            If the earth is flat,            then the earth stops rotating around the sun.==============================================================================Exercise 17 … (For-Credit: 1 point)   Let X be “Adam is mortal.”   Let Y be “Adam is a human being.”   Complete the followings sentences   with “sufficient” or “necessary”:      X is ___________ for Y.      Y is ___________ for X.

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