This is the first of three chapters on general mathematics as applied to economics, and presents a treatment of the calculus of propositions. The seven sections of the chapter are: the Boolean laws; normal forms; the conditional; tautologies; existential and universal quantifiers; predicates and sets; and Shao Yung's Program.
Keywords: Boolean laws; Boolean logic; calculus; mathematical economics; normal forms; predicates; propositional calculus; propositional functions; propositions; quantifiers; sets
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