# Logic Questions and Answers (Q&A) #### geotilley

60 1/3 = 20

60 1/4 = 15

60 - 35 =25 Red marbles left #### geotilley

1/3 of 60 is 20. 1/4 of 60 is 15. Take 15 and 20 away from 60 and it leaves 25. How can 25 be wrong #### geotilley #### geotilley

It is the first letter of each month of the Gregorian Calendar.

The answer is J as in July,as the ones ahead are January,February,March,April,May,June and then comes our answer. #### Coulter

Sun is yellow. Sulfur is not the Sun. It is still yellow.

Just because bad people steal, you cannot say that good people can't. #### talanti

Integers are simply whole numbers. They can be positive or negative. Even or odd. As long as they do not have a decimal point, they can be considered integers. T Kade is using inductive logic when he observes the children at playtime and notes down his observations. He has actual data, at least from his point of view, from which to draw some conclusions, such as how often boys approach girls and how many children are left alone without interactions. #### Marthavani

Only 60 people survived the titanic crash. #### screwtherules

The correct answer to this question is A, The process of formulating the mapping from a given input to an output using fuzzy logic. This system can also be referred to as FIS, which are the initials for the fuzzy inference system. There are two types of fuzzy inference systems. One is Mamdani-type, which expects outputs to be fuzzy sets. The other is Sugeno type, in which the outputs can be either linear or constant.

Both of these types determine the type of production there will be. Fuzzy inference systems use different elements, like fuzzy logic operators, membership functions, and if-then rules. #### screwtherules

The correct answer to this question is C, Probor (a,b) = a+b - ab. This type of question would be found on a math test, specifically for those studying inference and logic. An advanced high school and/or college student would know the correct answer to this question.

This equation is also known as the probability formula. It is the measurement of how probable it is that something will occur. An example of a probability is when it comes to coins. There is a one out of two chance that if the coin is flipped either heads or tails. This equation helps turn a written equation into a mathematical equation.  