Let N(x) be the statement “x has visited North India,” where the domain consists of the students in your section. Express each of these quantifications in English. a) ∃xN(x), b) ∀xN(x), c) ¬∃xN(x), d) ∃x¬N(x), e) ¬∀xN(x), f ) ∀x¬N(x)

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Let N(x) be the statement “x has visited North India,” where the domain consists of the students in your section. Express each of these quantifications in English. \(\displaystyle{a}{)}∃{x}{N}{\left({x}\right)},{b}{)}∀{x}{N}{\left({x}\right)},{c}{)}¬∃{x}{N}{\left({x}\right)},{d}{)}∃{x}¬{N}{\left({x}\right)},{e}{)}¬∀{x}{N}{\left({x}\right)},{f}{)}∀{x}¬{N}{\left({x}\right)}\)

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(a)There exists a student that has visited North India.
(b)Every student has visited North India.
(c)It is not true that there exists a student that has visited North India,
(d)There exists a student that has not visited North India,
(ec)It is not true that every student that has visited North India.
(f)None students have visited North India.
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