Consider the following statements:
L: P implies Q M: Q implies P N: P is equivalent to Q Which one of the following about L, M, and N is CORRECT?
Correct Answer (D)
Lets break the given compound statements into atomic statements.
$P :(A\to \neg B) \iff (\neg A\vee \neg B)$ $Q :(B\to \neg A) \iff \big((\neg B\vee \neg A) \iff \neg A\vee \neg B)\big)$ (Disjunction is commutative), Hence, $(P\iff Q)$ which means $(P\to Q)$ and $(Q \to P).$
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How to break this statement into conditional statement ??
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