Philosophy exam

Philosophy exam

Test 6

Test 6

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Chapter 6 Test

Except for the truth table questions (which are double credit), each question is worth 2 points. Write your answer on the form provided. Erasure marks may cause the grading machine to mark your answer wrong.

Select the correct translation for the following problems.

1. Princess drops its dress codes or Oceania enlarges its fleet, and Seabourn reduces its fares.

a. P • (O  S)

b. (P • O)  S

c. P  (O • S)

d. P  O • S

e. (P  O) • S

2. Not either Regent enlarges its casinos or Celebrity revises its itineraries if Holland remodels its staterooms.

a. H  (R  C)

b. H  (R  C)

c.  (R  C)  H

d. (R  C)  H

e. H  (R  C)

3. Norwegian improves its entertainment only if both Disney does not promote family cruises and Windstar does not diversify its activities.

a. N  (D  W)

b. N  (D • W)

c. (D • W)  N

d. N  (D • W)

e. (D • W)  N

4. Either Azmara or Seabourn do not open new boutiques provided that Princess improves its cuisine.

a. P  (A  S)

b. (A  S)  P

c. (A • S)  P

d. P  (A • S)

e. (A • S)  P

5. Carnival advertises its parties if and only if Disney’s promoting family cruises implies that Norwegian improves its entertainment.

a. (C  D)  N

b. (C  D) • (N  C)

c. C  (D  N)

d. C  (D  N)

e. C  (N  D)

6. If Disney promotes family cruises, then if either Holland remodels its staterooms or Regent enlarges its casinos, then Windstar diversifies its activities.

a. [D  (H  R)]  W

b. D  [(H  R)  W]

c. [(H  R)  D]  W

d. D  [(H  R)  W]

e. D  (H  R)  W

7. Princess and Azmara improve gym facilities only if neither Carnival controls rowdiness nor Seabourn reduces fares.

a. (P  A)  (C  S)

b. (P • A)  (C  S)

c. (C  S)  (P • A)

d. (P • A)  (C  S)

e. (C  S)  (P • A)

8. Regent’s enlarging its casinos is a necessary condition for Disney’s offering games if and only if Windstar’s diversifying its activities is a sufficient condition for Costa’s enlarging its nightspots.

a. (R  D)  (C  W)

b. (D  W)  (R  C)

c. (D  R)  (W  C)

d. (D  R)  (W  C)

e. (R  D)  (W  C)

9. Azmara’s opening new boutiques is a sufficient and necessary condition for both Norwegian’s improving entertainment and Holland’s remodeling its staterooms if Princess’s dropping its dress codes implies that Celebrity revises its itineraries.

a. (P  C)  [(A  N) • (A  C)]

b. (P  C)  [A  (N • H)]

c. [A  (N • H)]  (P  C)

d. [(A  N) • (A  C)]  (P  C)

e. (P  C)  [A  (N • H)]

10. Seabourn revises its menu given that Norwegian and Princess halt tipping, unless Oceania enlarges its fleet if and only if both Costa improves its gym facilities and Regent enlarges its casinos.

a. [S  (N • P)]  [O  (C • R)]

b. [(N • P)  S]  [O  (C • R)]

c. [(N • P)  S]  [O  (C • R)]

d. [S  (N • P)]  [O  (C • R)]

e. [S  (N • P)]  [O  (C • R)]

Given that A and B are true and X and Y are false, determine the truth values of the propositions in problems 11 and 13.

11. [(A   B)  X]  [ Y  (A • X)]

a. True.

b. False.

12. In problem 11, the main operator is a:

a. Dot.

b. Triple bar.

c. Wedge.

d. Tilde.

e. Horseshoe.

13. [(A  Y)  (B  X)]  [(B •  X)  (Y • A)]

a. True.

b. False.

14. In problem 13, the main operator is a:

a. Horseshoe.

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