1. For [ ( p → q ) ʌ q ] → p make up the statement for p and one for q, then write a statement of this form in words to illustrate that this statement form is sometimes false.
2. The negation of statement form like pʌq can be written "not(pʌq)" or " it is false that pʌq" but these are considered trivial negations. A non trivial negation will change the form of the statement. For example using DeMorgans Law the negation of (pʌq) can be written (not p ᴠ not q). Using some of the logical equivalences on the tautology sheet write a non trivial negation of each of the following statements:
a) If roses are red then violets are purple.
b) Triangle ABC is isosceles or it is scalene
C) A figure is a parallelogram if and only if it is a rectangle. Please Help