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Quantity I of a distinct survey of the full box of natural arithmetic.

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On the other hand, if he did not shave himself, he belonged to the class of people who did not shave themselves and so, by his own rule, he should shave himself! In the above example, what has happened is the following. We first started with a statement ('The barber shaved himself) and arrived at a conclusion which was the exact opposite ('The barber did not shave himself'). We next started with the opposite of the statement ('The barber did not shave himself') and again arrived at the exact opposite conclusion ('The barber did shave himself) Such a situation is called a 'paradox', a situation that does not permit a clear, logical outcome.

4 PROBLEMS FOR YOU TO SOLVE 1. , are parallel to the edges of the cube? How many are along diagonals lying in planes parallel to the faces of the cube? ) 2. Carry out a similar exercise as in the preceeding question for a hypercube. 1 LOGIC, MATHEMATICS AND GAMES I V I athematics prides itself on being a subject based on logical reasoning. What is 'logic'? A dictionary would define logic as a subject of reasoning, a subject that lays down precise rules on how one should argue out a proposition, how one can demonstrate whether it is true or false.

LV Sn = Rs 1,000 x 1 x — — = Rs 1,000 x I 1 + — . 5) Of course, as you expected when suggesting this scheme, the ultimate amount increases as n increases. So you might think that if you let n go onto infinity, you may get an infinitely large sum. ) after just one year by letting the interest compound continuously. Alas, no! This get-rich-quick scheme does not work. 3 shows how Sn increases as n increases. As n becomes very large, Sn tends to level off. 17. 3 Sn plotted for different values of n.

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