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    Logically Equivalent Statement-HELP!

    Hello All,

    Please see my attached document to understand what I need help with-thanks!

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    Hello,
    Quote Originally Posted by mathfanatic View Post
    Hello All,

    Please see my attached document to understand what I need help with-thanks!

    Please next time, scan it or whatever you want, but no .doc files, pleaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaase

    Okay.

    \neg p \wedge p... look here : Law of excluded middle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    and it should be straightforward after that ^^
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    (p ν p) is nothing but True V False, which is always true!

    (p ν p) Λ q
    <=> T /\ q
    <=> q
    thus it is logically equivalent to q
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    Thanks-I was making it a lot harder than it had to be!


    Quote Originally Posted by natarajchakraborty View Post
    (p ν p) is nothing but True V False, which is always true!

    (p ν p) Λ q
    <=> T /\ q
    <=> q
    thus it is logically equivalent to q
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