By Harold R. Jacobs
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A watch, one a book, one a pair of shoes, and one a camera. The first, second, third, and fourth floors carry those items One bought but not necessarily in the order given for the purchases. On the basis of the following clues, determine who bought what on which Clue Clue Clue Clue Clue floor. Explain your reasoning. 1. B went 2. Watches are sold on the fourth D went to the second floor. A bought a book. B did not buy a camera. 3. 4. 5. to the first floor. *The Tokyo Puzzles floor. (Scribners, 1978).
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It is helpful in learning how to relate two or more conditional statements to each other to represent them with circle diagrams. These are often called Euler diagrams after an eighteenth-century Swiss mathematician, Leonhard Euler, who first used them. To represent a conditional statement with an Euler diagram, we draw two circles, one inside the other. The interior of the smaller circle represents a, the hypothesis, and the interior of the larger circle represents b, the conclusion. Notice that, if a point is inside circle a, it is also inside then b," which is what the diagram is intended to represent.