### Phil 101-13 S15: 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 StatementTautologyWell-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. Identify the following argument forms:Modus PonensFallacy of Affirming the ConsequentModus TollensFallacy of Denying the Antecedent