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# Question 5 $0 / 1$ point In the symbolization key from lecture, which sentence is symbolized by the following? $\forall y(\forall x A(x, y) \rightarrow H(y))$ Someone admires only heroes. Only heroes admire everyone. Someone admires everyone, if they are a hero. If someone is admired by everyone, they are a hero. Question 6 $0 / 1$ point In the symbolization key from lecture, which sentence is symbolized by the following? $\neg \forall x(E(x) \rightarrow \neg \exists y(H(y) \wedge R(y, x)))$ No hero wears a cape. No hero wears all capes. Not all capes are worn by no heroes. Not all capes are worn by a hero.Question 6 $0 / 1$ point In the symbolization key from lecture, which sentence is symbolized by the following? $\exists x(H(x) \wedge \neg \exists y(E(y) \wedge \neg R(x, y))$ Some hero wears all capes. All heroes wear a cape. Not all capes are worn by a hero. Not all capes are worn by no heroes.Question 10 $0 / 1$ point Which reading is suggested by the placing the stress on the bold words? "Only heroes who wear capes are inspiring." $\begin{array}{l} \forall x((C(x) \wedge I(x)) \rightarrow H(x)) \\ \forall x((H(x) \wedge I(x)) \rightarrow C(x)) \end{array}$ $\forall x((H(x) \wedge C(x)) \rightarrow I(x))$ $\forall x(I(x) \rightarrow(H(x) \wedge C(x))$What are the right answers for these questions?  