### Phil 101-06 F14: Exam 2 Study Guide

 Part I: Vocabulary. You should know the definitions of the following terms for fill-in-the-blank questions.AntecedentArgument FormBiconditionalCompound StatementConditionalConjunctConjunctionsConsequentConsistent StatementsContingent StatementContradictory StatementsDisjunctDisjunctionExclusive DisjunctionInclusive DisjunctionInconsistent StatementsLogical EquivalenceLogical OperatorMain OperatorNegationSelf-ContradictionSimple StatementStatement FormStatement VariableTautologyWell-Formed FormulaPart II: Truth Tables. You should be able to perform the following tasks:Draw up truth tables for the five logical operators.Translate sentences and arguments into symbolic notation.Draw up truth tables for propositions.Determine the truth value of a proposition when given assigned values for the simple propositions in that propsoitions. Use truth tables to determine the validity or invalidity of arguments. Use truth tables to determine if pairs of statements are contradictory, consistent, or inconsistent. Identify the following argument forms:Modus PonensFallacy of Affirming the ConsequentModus TollensFallacy of Denying the Antecedent