How do I negate and simplify (~(p^q)) v r
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Originally Posted by brumby_3 How do I negate and simplify (~(p^q)) v r $\displaystyle \neg p \vee \neg q \vee r$
Originally Posted by Plato $\displaystyle \neg p \vee \neg q \vee r$ Can you show some working out because I have no idea how you get that answer. For I got as an answer p ^ q ^ (~r)
There is nothing to to work out. Do you know the rules? $\displaystyle \neg \left( {p \wedge q} \right) \equiv \neg p \vee \neg q$. Learn the rules!
Haha thanks and I will learn them!
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