if g is satisfiable, is it consistent?


If {eq}g {/eq} is satisfiable, is it consistent?

Consistent System of Equations:

In the logic theory, it is good that we understand the difference between the satisfiable and consistent. Now n the propositional logic, they two are equivalent, to by that we mean a satisfiable theory is consistent, and a consistent theory is satisfiable.

Answer and Explanation:

As we know that satisfiability is a semantic property and Consistency is a syntactic property So, yes if g is satisfiable then it is consistent.

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Consistent System of Equations: Definition & Examples

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Chapter 8 / Lesson 8

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