Exam-Style Question on Logic
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Question id: 96. This question is similar to one that appeared on an IB Studies paper in 2014. The use of a calculator is allowed.
Two propositions \(e\) and \(f\) are defined as follows
\(e\): Nigel is exercising regularly,
\(f\): Nigel is getting fitter.
(a) Write down the following statement in words.$$f\Rightarrow e$$
(b) Write down, in words, the contrapositive statement of \(f\Rightarrow e\).
(c) Determine whether your statement in part (a) is logically equivalent to your statement in part (b). Justify your answer.
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