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1.4.1 Definitions in Mathematics (Definition 1.5) Consider the definition An integer n is even if n-2k for some integer k 1. Use the predicates below to translate the definition a statement of into predicate logic. Follow the directions on page 44 and use if/if-and-only-if correctly. ·E (r) = z is even ·P (z, y)-z-2y, or z is equal to 21,- 1.4.3 Counterexamples (Inquiry 1.12) icate logic, in the domain of all integers. The statement below has been translated into a formula of pred- Every prime number greater than 3 is the sum of two prime numbers . P (r)-...r is a prime number . G (z, y)-z > y . S(z, y, ะ-z-y+: 2. Prove that this state ment is false by finding a counterexample. Explain why it is a counterexample 1.4.4 Axiomatic Systems (Example 1.16 alternate version) Consider this axiomatic system: ts defined terms are block, chunk, and is(are) on. The phrase a unique means one, and only one i. Every pair of distinct blocks are on a unique chunk. ii. For every pair of distinct chunks, there is a unique block which is on both chunks. 3. Find and draw a model for the axiomatic system that has three blocks. State which things are blocks/chunks and what youre using as your interpretation of is on

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