# Sentence examples for x from high-quality English sources.

• Thupenebu, his x mark, L.S.

• Thus, given ‘x=x’, we have ‘∃y(y=x)’.

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• I cannot mistake X for Y unless I am able to formulate thoughts about X and Y.

• If x < x0 or x > xn, the estimated value of f(x) is said to be an extrapolation.

• And that's wrong on two counts: ‘∃x Centaur(x)’ and ‘∃x Unicorn(x)’ are ontologically committing; and their ontological commitments are not the same.

• Rather, quantifier expressions should be read “For some x, …x…”, where “For some x, …x…” does not imply that “there is (or exists) an x such that …x…”.

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• An L-formula is called a Δ0-formula if it is equivalent to a formula in which all quantifiers are of the form ∀x∈y or ∃x∈y (i.e., ∀x(x∈y → …) or ∃x(x∈y ∧ …)).

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• In addition to f(x), other abbreviated symbols such as g(x) and P(x) are often used to represent functions of the independent variable x, especially when the nature of the function is unknown or unspecified.

• Here is a natural deduction proof tree of ∃xR(x) from ∀x(P(x) ∨ Q(x)), ∀x(P(x) ⊃ R(x)) and ∀x(Q(x) ⊃ R(x)):

• (i) It is assumed that S knows x, only if S knows that x is true—a requirement not underwritten by standard definitions of knowledge, which tell us that S knows x, only if x is true and S is justified in believing x.

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# x sentence examples

• Thus, the Diagram, here given, exhibits the two Classes, whose respective Attributes are x and y, as so related to each other that the following Propositions are all simultaneously true:—“All x are y”, “No x are not-y”, “Some x are y”, “Some y are not-x”, “Some not-y are not-x”, and, of course, the Converses of the last four.

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• pg023Secondly, let us suppose that we have selected a certain Adjunct, which we may call “x,” and have divided the large Class, to which we have assigned the whole Diagram, into the two smaller Classes whose Differentiæ are “x” and “not-x” (which we may call “x′”), and that we have assigned the North Half of the Diagram to the one (which we may call “the Class of x-Things,” or “the x-Class”), and the South Half to the other (which we may call “the Class of x′-Things,” or “the x′-Class”).

• It can express (1) predication, as in “Tarzan is blond,” which has the logical (symbolic) form B(t), (2) simple identity, as in “Clark Kent is (identical to) Superman,” expressed by a sentence like “c = s,” (3) existence, as in “Zeus is,” or “Zeus exists,” which has the form (∃x)(x = z), or “There is an x such that x is (identical to) Zeus,” and (4) class-inclusion, as in “The whale is a mammal,” which has the form (∀x)(W(x) ⊃ M(x)), or “For all x, if x is a whale, then x is a mammal.”

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• 5 sentence examples for x from Encyclopedia Britannica
• 8 sentence examples for x from Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
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• 1 sentence examples for x from The New Yorker
• 1 sentence examples for x from New York Times
• 1 sentence examples for x from BBC
• 2 sentence examples for x from GutenbergBooks - Symbolic Logic by Lewis Carroll
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