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Uses Modus ponens $(A, A → B |= B)$ or resolution to show that the following set is inconsistent:

  1. $Q(x) → P (x) \vee \sim R (a)$
  2. $R (a) \wedge \sim Q(a)$
  3. $Q(a)$
  4. $\sim P (y)$

where $x$ and $y$ are universally quantified variables, $a$ is a constant and $P, Q, R$ are monadic predicates.

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