I need to write this in verbal form:
I think I'm usually pretty good at this, but all those parentheses are really throwing me off
This is what I have so far:
Given any integer x, if x is greater than zero or there is an integer y such that y squared equals x
Am I on the right track?? Is tehre a simpler form?
That's pretty cool Jhevon! I'm studying this at the moment, so what you are saying is that there are two propositions of the form P Q. And the quantifiers remain unchanged?
I'm not used to using brackets used like this, either. Are these two statements the same:
x>0) \vee \exists y \in \mathbb{Z}y^2=x) " alt=" \forall x \in \mathbb{Z}x>0) \vee \exists y \in \mathbb{Z}y^2=x) " />
Or have I missed something with the either ... or?