### Artificial IntelligenceAIMA Exercises

For each pair of atomic sentences, give the most general unifier if it exists:
1. $P(A,B,B)$, $P(x,y,z)$.
2. $Q(y,G(A,B))$, $Q(G(x,x),y)$.
3. ${Older}({Father}(y),y)$, ${Older}({Father}(x),{John})$.
4. ${Knows}({Father}(y),y)$, ${Knows}(x,x)$.

For each pair of atomic sentences, give the most general unifier if it exists:
1. $P(A,B,B)$, $P(x,y,z)$.
2. $Q(y,G(A,B))$, $Q(G(x,x),y)$.
3. ${Older}({Father}(y),y)$, ${Older}({Father}(x),{John})$.
4. ${Knows}({Father}(y),y)$, ${Knows}(x,x)$.

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