Thinking Mathematically (6th Edition)

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Chapter 3 - Logic - 3.7 Arguments and Truth Tables - Exercise Set 3.7 - Page 191: 31


The symbolic form of the provided argument is: \[\begin{align} & \left( p\wedge q \right)\to r \\ & \frac{p\wedge \sim r}{\therefore \,\sim q} \\ \end{align}\]. It is a valid argument, where the simple statements are p as Tim plays, q as Janet plays and r as team wins.
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