why not post your truth table so we can take a look.
my 30 second back of envelope calc doesn't agree with your answer.
I am again working on a homework assignment. I am just doing this for clarification purposes. I have an answer to a question, but I would like to double check if my answer is correct.
Question: Suppose that r is false, but that (p q) (r ∧ q) is true. Is p true or false? What about q?
Answer: I constructed a truth table to help me to solve this problem. After constructing and completing a truth table, I have come up with the answers that p is false and q is true.
I was just curious to know if this answer is correct.
I constructed a truth table to help me to solve this problem.
I have come up with: p is false and q is true.
Your values are reversed . . . an oversight?
If is false, then is false.
Since the two parts are equivalent, must also be false.
And is false for