Thinking Mathematically (6th Edition)

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Chapter 3 - Logic - 3.7 Arguments and Truth Tables - Exercise Set 3.7 - Page 194: 85


Limbaugh argument depends on gas guzzler and it states that if a person travel in a gas guzzler, then he believes that automobiles are not threat to planet, but if person does not travel in gas guzzler, then he believes that automobiles are threat to planet. Consider, the statement in the exercise 84. Hence, the given statement is that on using the representation in exercise 84, Limbaugh’s argument is not valid, which does not make sense. Thus, the provided statement does not make sense.
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