An implication P => Q is only false if the premise is true and the conclusion is false. So the table for p => (not)q is:
T (If q is false then (not)q is true).
F (if q is true then (not)q is false, thus the implication is false)
T (since a false implies anything)
T (since a false implies anything).
You can construct the last table by looking at the previous two tables. If both are true, then your table should have a T in that section. For any two statements P and Q, P ^ Q is true when both P and Q are true. If one is false, then the statement P ^ Q is false.
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