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    showing to statments are equivalent

    I'm trying to show \neg(a \vee b) \wedge [(\neg a) \wedge b] \leftrightarrow \neg a
    So far I've distributed and got [\neg(a \vee b)\vee(\neg a)]\wedge[\neg(a \vee b) \vee b]
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    Re: showing to statments are equivalent

    Quote Originally Posted by Jskid View Post
    I'm trying to show \neg(a \vee b) \wedge [(\neg a) \wedge b] \leftrightarrow \neg a
    To see that statement is not valid let a\equiv F~\&~b\equiv T
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