Raval’s method a Simplified approach to Propositional Logic Arguments

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Basic Argument forms Modus Ponens , Modus Tollens , Hypothetical Syllogism and Dilemma contains ‘If –then’ conditions. Conclusions from the Arguments containing ‘If –then’ conditions can be deduced very easily without any significant memorization by applying Raval’s method. Method: In Raval’s method If P then Q is written as P (2$) – Q (1$) and viewed numerically, in currency form i.e. P is viewed as 2$ and Q is viewed as 1$ and implications from this notations are valid conclusions. If one has 2$ then he definitely have 1$. If one do not have 2$, he may not have 1$. If one is having 1$, he may not have 2$. If one do not have 1$, he definitely doesn’t have 2$.
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