If ~q <=> ~p is T and pf is F, find the truth value of q =>p.

If ~q <=> ~p is T and pf is F, find the truth value of q =>p.

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another way to express that <=> part is to split it up both ways:
-q -> -p
-p -> -q

-q <-> -p is only true if bith those expressions are true

I meant to say *and p is F. Sorry. So will the value be false?

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