Here's the given problem..
p AND (q OR r) IMPLIES (r OR (q OR p)) = p OR q
( = meaning equivalent)
So I have already solved my truth table for this problem,
Now I have to write them down step by step and prove that: p AND (q OR r) IMPLIES (r OR (q OR p)) is equivalent to p OR q by using...
I tried to apply the limit laws here & use substitution to come to the answer that the limit of x->a f(x) = 3/2 and the lim of x->a g(x) = 1/2
therefore the product & answer = 3/4.
the textbook says the answer is -5 though..
Anyone know what I have assumed falsely etc how to...
Can someone explain to me in detail how to complete these two problems without using truth tables? I'm having a hard time understanding what to do. I know that I'm supposed to use the laws, etc. But I'm confused on this entirely.
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I have to prove some monotonic laws for ordinals. It's quite comfortable for me to show monotonic laws of ordinal addition (e.g. $\beta\leq\gamma\Rightarrow\alpha+\beta\leq\alpha+\gamma$). But when it comes to laws with subtraction, then I'm not sure where to start.
Maybe it's because of...
Hi , honestly I tried every way to begin solving this issue but I didn't even where to start ....please please help me do it .
note : the questions is attached
I could do it using truth table but it's not what is required
I have a problem to solve but I am stuck trying to find out how to determine the correct answer. If it was the same variable I would be able to do it but since it's two variables (m and n) I'm not sure how to proceed. I am supposed to re-write it as a single exponent. Please forgive me if the...
Hey people. Here's the question.
Find the missing parts of the triangle by using the laws of cosines.
What's known is, B=27, a=11, c=22
Solving for b,
Solving for A...
What's up wonder community of math wizards. I was hoping you could check a problem for me. For every step I need to pick which numbered law from the list was used. HERE IS THE LIST.
I have a question from a book I am reading but I am guessing I do not understand it since it makes no sense to me. I understand exponents just fine but I am guessing this is more of a proof question, which I am not so good at.
Prove the given Laws of Exponents for the case in which m and n are...