Thinking Mathematically (6th Edition)

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Chapter 3 - Logic - 3.2 Compound Statements and Connectives - Exercise Set 3.2 - Page 134: 101


The given compound statement can be written in simple statements as \[p\text{ and }q\]. Here, \[p\text{ and }q\]represent two simple statements. p: You can get rid of the family skeleton. q: You may as well make it dance. Use the representation to rewrite the statement as follows: If not p, q. “If-then” is represented by the symbol “\[\to \],” and “Not” is represented by the symbol “\[\sim \].” Use the symbols to write the compound statement in symbolic form as follows: \[\tilde{\ }p\to q\]
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