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    How to tell if this is T or F and why?

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    Re: How to tell if this is T or F and why?

    Quote Originally Posted by cindel8398 View Post
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    What kind of question is that?
    What do you mean?
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    Re: How to tell if this is T or F and why?

    I dont really know my math problem from my symbolic logics class said to answer if it was true or false like if you did a truth table
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    Re: How to tell if this is T or F and why?

    Quote Originally Posted by cindel8398 View Post
    I dont really know my math problem from my symbolic logics class said to answer if it was true or false like if you did a truth table
    Here is the truth table.
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    Re: How to tell if this is T or F and why?

    It might also be useful to know that ~((~s)^p)= s v(~p)
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    Re: How to tell if this is T or F and why?

    Hello, cindel8398!

    The problem is incomplete . . .


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    You have: . \sim(\sim S \wedge P) \:\to\:\text{nothing}


    Is this true or false?
    . . If it is raining, then ___.
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