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So I'm studying discrete math and I have some questions:

1.For this question,in the answer we use inexclusive or,why is it wrong to use exclusive or?

p: You can use wireless network in the Airport

q: You pay the daily fees

r:  you are subscriber to service

Translate the following sentence into Propositional logic

To use the wireless network in the Airport you must pay the daily fees unless you are subscriber to the service

2.Help me figure out this question :translate Actors are not the only people who own an Iphone using propositional logic..

Thanks in advance.

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