Okay guys, I've reached the next chapter of my book (I'm teaching myself prop logic), and there is a question which asks you to put a real life scenario sequence into prop logic form. I think I know the answer, but there are no answers to confirm my understanding.
So, this is the question:
P represents the proposition 'the toaster is switched on'
Q represents the proposition 'the toaster is plugged in to the mains'
R represents the proposition 'the toast (or bread for the picky ones of you!) is cooking'
In propositional logic, write this event:
'If the toaster is plugged in, when it is switched on, the toast is cooking'
I think it would be R ⇒ (P ∧ Q)
...but as I say, there are no answers in the book to check. So could someone tell me whether it is right or wrong and explain why it is right or wrong?