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teine
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 Posted - 06/11/2011 :  02:25:00 1. Determine whether each sentence is a "proposition". Ifthe sentence is a poposition, give its negation. Do not givetruth values of the sentences that are propositions.Recall: a Proposition is a sentence that can be either trueor false, but not both.a) 2 + 5 = 19b) For some positive integer n; 19340 = 17:nc) The di¤erence of two primesd) Every even integer greater than 4 is the sum of two primes
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