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    How can I use truth table to show that ~( p -> q ) = p ^ ~q ? Please help! Thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rmiller0307 View Post
    How can I use truth table to show that ~( p -> q ) = p ^ ~q ? Please help! Thank you.
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    fill in all the missing truth-values. you want to verify that the last two columns are identical
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    truth table problem-table.jpg

    I skipped a few little steps, like I didn't have the columns for the truth values of ~p and ~q. Let me know if this is clear enough. If you have any questions let me know.

    The conditional statement is only false when the premise is true and the conclusion is false.
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