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I'm new here, not sure if this is the right forum to be but I'm really struggling in my logic class. I got a take home test and I really need help. If I don't pass this class, my GPA is going to go down, I lose about $600, and I have to take the class over again. I have three weeks left and I'm only at about 61% right now. I really need all the help I can get.

Does anyone know anything about transitions and proofs?

These are the transitions:

It's false that both SMITH and JONES will teach summer school. If Smith teaches summer school, then the department secretary won't get GRUMPY, Consquently Jones won't teach summer school and the secretary won't get GRUMPY, since Smith will teach summer school.

This are the proofs I need help with:

P>Q, -Q&(S>T), P v R, R> S, }T

A v B, -B, A<>c, } C&-B

(K&M) > H, -H, (K & M) v (Q & H) } Q & M

With > (arrow)

<> (double arrow)

} is conclusion

Thanks :flowers: