# Translation from English to FOL

## How do I translate English to logic?

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Youtube quote: So if you have the sentence dogs aren't people you'd symbolize this as not d because all of your propositions should be in the affirmative. And then you use the negation to represent that not.

## How do you translate sentences into predicate logic?

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Youtube quote: But now that we've done this let's see how we can just translate some basic sentences into predicate logic so no quantifiers here just with predicates and proper names.

## How do you change a sentence from first order to logic?

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Youtube quote: Bill takes analysis if an namely if you will not take geometry up with bill takes analysis no geometry. But not both at the same time those two vasilich. Night. So she throws in a bill Kabila crow.

## What is first order logic with example?

The basic syntactic elements of first-order logic are symbols. We write statements in short-hand notation in FOL.

Basic Elements of First-order logic:

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Constant 1, 2, A, John, Mumbai, cat,….
Function sqrt, LeftLegOf, ….
Connectives ∧, ∨, ¬, ⇒, ⇔
Equality ==
Quantifier ∀, ∃

## Is read as not p?

~{P} or {\neg P} is read as “not P.” Remember: The negation operator denoted by the symbol ~ or \neg takes the truth value of the original statement then output the exact opposite of its truth value. In other words, negation simply reverses the truth value of a given statement.

## How do you make a truth table?

How To Make a Truth Table and Rules

1. [(p→q)∧p]→q.
2. To construct the truth table, first break the argument into parts. This includes each proposition, its negation (if part of the argument), and each connective. The number of parts there are is how many columns are needed. …
3. Construct a truth table for p→q p → q . q.

## CAN was be a predicate?

The linking verb, “was”, begins the predicate and is followed by a predicate adjective that describes how the subject is feeling. Predicate nominatives also follow linking verbs, but these are used to rename or label the subject with another noun.

## What are predicates and quantifiers?

In predicate logic, predicates are used alongside quantifiers to express the extent to which a predicate is true over a range of elements. Using quantifiers to create such propositions is called quantification. There are two types of quantification- 1.

## What means not all?

So in general, “not all” indicates complete negation rather than partial negation (not sure whether these are standard terms, but I am sure you know what I mean)?

## How do you respond to Do you mind?

“Do you mind…” is a polite way of asking “Can you….” For this reason, it’s usually acceptable to respond to the semantic intent of the question by answering “Yes (I can do that)“, rather than responding to the grammatical form with “No (I don’t mind)”. Native speakers sometimes get confused by this, too.

## What does no worries mean in Australia?

Let’s start with one of the most famous Australian slang phrases: ‘No worries’. It’s said to be the national motto of Australia. This expression means “do not worry about it”, or “it’s all right”.

## Can we say not at all for thank you?

used as a polite reply after someone has thanked you: “Thanks for helping.” “Not at all.” used to say “no” or “not” strongly: “I hope it wasn’t too much hassle for you.” “No, not at all.”

## How do you respond to Sorry not at all?

“There is no need at all for you to apologize. You are forgiven.” “It’s fine” usually means “You may have thought it was bad, but it’s not.”

## What is mean by you’re welcome?

Definition of you’re welcome

used as a response after being thanked by someone “Thanks for the ride.” “You’re welcome.”