This isn't something to start trying to understand the night before.
If you have p \/ q, the only way it's false is when both are false, otherwise, true.
If you have p /\ q, the only way it's true is when both are true, otherwise, false.
p ---> q, the only way it's false is when the antecedent, p, is true and the consequent, q, is false.
Start by building your truth table.
There's a start. Now finish 'er up.Code:p q p /\ q p \/ q (p /\ q)--->(p \/ q) T T T F F T F F