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    Negation of ∀x ∃y such that "x+y = z and if x then y"

    I have ∃y ∀x such that x+y=z and if x and not y
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    Re: Negation of ∀x ∃y such that "x+y = z and if x then y"

    Quote Originally Posted by Odail View Post
    I have ∃y ∀x such that x+y=z
    Please write your complete problem statement in the body of the message, not in the header. What do you need to do with this statement?

    Quote Originally Posted by Odail View Post
    and if x and not y
    Then what? Please use complete sentences.
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    Re: Negation of ∀x ∃y such that "x+y = z and if x then y"

    Quote Originally Posted by Odail View Post
    I have ∃y ∀x such that x+y=z and if x and not y
    The second could be construed to be "if x then not y" or "x and not y". Which do you mean?
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