Frontiers in Mathematical Analysis and Numerical Methods by Li Tatsien

By Li Tatsien

This necessary quantity is a set of articles in reminiscence of Jacques-Louis Lions, a number one mathematician and the founding father of the modern French utilized arithmetic institution. The contributions were written by means of his acquaintances, colleagues and scholars, together with C Bardos, A Bensoussan, S S Chern, P G Ciarlet, R Glowinski, Gu Chaohao, B Malgrange, G Marchuk, O Pironneau, W Strauss, R Temam, and so on.

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When the conclusion is false then the argument is said to be invalid. To test an argument for validity one proceeds as follows: (1) Identify the premises and the conclusion of the argument. (2) Construct a truth table including the premises and the conclusion. (3) Find rows in which all premises are true. (4) In each row of Step (3), if the conclusion is true then the argument is valid; otherwise the argument is invalid. ˙ p ∨ q is invalid Solution. We construct the truth table as follows. p T T F F q p→q T T F F T T F T q→p T T F T p∨q T T T F From the last row we see that the premises are true but the conclusion is false.

19 Use the valid argument forms of this section to deduce the conclusion from the premises. ˙ ∼p 46 FUNDAMENTALS OF MATHEMATICAL LOGIC 5 Predicates and Quantifiers Statements such as “x > 3” or “x2 + 4 ≥ 4” are often found in mathematical assertions and in computer programs. These statements are not propositions when the variables are not specified. However, one can produce propositions from such statements. A predicate is an expression involving one or more variables defined on some domain, called the domain of discourse.

Solution. In this example, D = {1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10} and P (n) = n2 − n + 11 is a prime number. ” We call P (x) the hypothesis and Q(x) the conclusion. By a direct method of proof we mean a method that consists of showing that if P (x) is true for x ∈ D then Q(x) is also true. The following shows the format of the direct proof of a theorem. 1 For all n, m ∈ Z, if m and n are even then so is m + n. Proof. Let m and n be two even integers. Then there exist integers k1 and k2 such that n = 2k1 and m = 2k2 .

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