Does anybody have any idea about this stuff?
Are the 2 conditions equivalent? Explain why.
(a>=b) OR Not (a=b)
(a>=b) AND Not (a=b)
Write a condition equivalent to the negation of the given condition, and that does not use the NOT operator.
b. (a>b) And (c<>d)
c. (a=b) Or (a=c)