A predicate (or property) is a proposition that depends on one or more variables. For example, "x > 0" is a predicate. Plugging in a value for x gives a proposition (e.g. "1 > 0").

A predicate (or property) is a proposition that depends on one or more variables. For example, "x > 0" is a predicate. Plugging in a value for x gives a proposition (e.g. "1 > 0").

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