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    How do I use connective symbolics to express a problem on this forum?

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    One learns to post in symbols! You can use LaTeX tags.
    [tex] \neg \vee \wedge \Rightarrow \equiv \forall \exists [/tex] gives \neg  \vee  \wedge  \Rightarrow  \equiv \forall \exists .
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    You can download LaTex for free.


    Here is a link to instructions on how to install LyX
    LyX

    This is also a great help in writing articles and papers for class.
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