Hi, I have to write this sentence in symbolic form. Let p=Jessica passed math q=Jessica does her homework r=Jessica got a new car The sentence is: It is not the case that Jessica passed math and she does her homework. Thanks
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Originally Posted by nicole0714 Hi, I have to write this sentence in symbolic form. Let p=Jessica passed math q=Jessica does her homework r=Jessica got a new car The sentence is: It is not the case that Jessica passed math and she does her homework. Thanks we want to negate the statement $\displaystyle P \cap Q$, can you do that? (Hint: Use DeMorgan's laws)
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