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** compound composition, two premises <swan --> swimmer>. %0.90% // Swan is a type of swimmer. <swan --> bird>. %0.80% // Swan is a type of bird. 5 OUT: <swan --> (|,bird,swimmer)>. %0.98;0.81% // Swan is a type of bird or a type of swimmer. OUT: <swan --> (&,bird,swimmer)>. %0.72;0.81% // Swan is a type of swimming bird.

** compound composition, two premises <sport --> competition>. %0.90% // Sport is a type of competition. <chess --> competition>. %0.80% // Chess is a type of competition. 5 OUT: <(|,chess,sport) --> competition>. %0.72;0.81% // If something is either chess or sport, then it is a competition. OUT: <(&,chess,sport) --> competition>. %0.98;0.81% // If something is both chess and sport, then it is a competition.

** compound decomposition, two premises <robin --> (|,bird,swimmer)>. // Robin is a type of bird or a type of swimmer. <robin --> swimmer>. %0.00% // Robin is not a type of swimmer. 3 OUT: <robin --> bird>. %1.00;0.81% // Robin is a type of bird.

** compound decomposition, two premises <robin --> swimmer>. %0.00% // Robin is not a type of swimmer. <robin --> (-,mammal,swimmer)>. %0.00% // Robin is not a nonswimming mammal. 3 OUT: <robin --> mammal>. %0.00;0.81% // Robin is not a type of mammal.

** set operations <planetX --> {Mars,Pluto,Venus}>. %0.90% // PlanetX is Mars, Pluto, or Venus. <planetX --> {Pluto,Saturn}>. %0.70% // PlanetX is probably Pluto or Saturn. 3 OUT: <planetX --> {Mars,Pluto,Saturn,Venus}>. %0.97;0.81% // PlanetX is Mars, Pluto, Saturn, or Venus. OUT: <planetX --> {Pluto}>. %0.63;0.81% // PlanetX is probably Pluto.

** set operations IN: <planetX --> {Mars,Pluto,Venus}>. %0.90% // PlanetX is Mars, Pluto, or Venus. IN: <planetX --> {Pluto,Saturn}>. %0.10% // PlanetX is probably neither Pluto nor Saturn. 3 OUT: <planetX --> {Mars,Pluto,Saturn,Venus}>. %0.91;0.81% // PlanetX is Mars, Pluto, Saturn, or Venus. OUT: <planetX --> {Mars,Venus}>. %0.81;0.81% // PlanetX is either Mars or Venus.

** composition on both sides of a statement <bird --> animal>. %0.90% // Bird is a type of animal. <(&,bird,swimmer) --> (&,animal,swimmer)>? // Is a swimming bird a type of swimming animal? 2 OUT: <(&,bird,swimmer) --> (&,animal,swimmer)>. %0.90;0.73% // A swimming bird is probably a type of swimming animal.

** composition on both sides of a statement <bird --> animal>. %0.90% // Bird is a type of animal. <(-,swimmer,animal) --> (-,swimmer,bird)>? // Is a nonanimal swimmer a type of a nonbird swimmer? 2 OUT: <(-,swimmer,animal) --> (-,swimmer,bird)>. %0.90;0.73% // A nonanimal swimmer is probably a type of nonbird swimmer.

** compound composition, one premise <swan --> bird>. %0.90% // Swan is a type of bird. <swan --> (|,bird,swimmer)>? // Is a swan a type of bird or swimmer? 3 OUT: <swan --> (|,bird,swimmer)>. %0.90;0.73% // A swan is probably a type of bird or swimmer.

** compound composition, one premise <swan --> bird>. %0.90% // Swan is a type of bird. <(&,swan,swimmer) --> bird>? // Is swimming swan a type of bird? 2 OUT: <(&,swan,swimmer) --> bird>. %0.90;0.73% // Swimming swan is a type of bird.

** compound composition, one premise <swan --> bird>. %0.90% // Swan is a type of bird. <swan --> (-,swimmer,bird)>? // Is swan a type of nonbird swimmer? 3 OUT: <swan --> (-,swimmer,bird)>. %0.10;0.73% // A swan is not a type of nonbird swimmer.

** compound composition, one premise <swan --> bird>. %0.90% // Swan is a type of bird. <(~,swimmer, swan) --> bird>? // Is being bird what differ swimmer from swan? 2 OUT: <(~,swimmer, swan) --> bird>. %0.10;0.73% // What differs swimmer from swan is not being bird.

** compound decomposition, one premise <robin --> (&,bird,swimmer)>. %0.90% // Robin is a type of swimming bird. 6 OUT: <robin --> bird>. %0.90;0.73% // Robin is a type of bird.

** compound decomposition, one premise <robin --> (-,bird,swimmer)>. %0.90% // Robin is a type of nonswimming bird. 6 OUT: <robin --> bird>. %0.90;0.73% // Robin is a type of bird.

** compound decomposition, one premise <(|, boy, girl) --> youth>. %0.90% // Boys and gials are youth. 5 OUT: <boy --> youth>. %0.90;0.73% // Boys are youth.

** compound decomposition, one premise <(~, boy, girl) --> [strong]>. %0.90% // What differs boys from gials are being strong. 5 OUT: <boy --> [strong]>. %0.90;0.73% // Boys are strong.