anonymous
  • anonymous
Given the following 2 true statements: Today is a sunny day and Tom is going swimming Ann drives a blue car or Tom has no car. which of the following statements is always true? A Tom is going swimming or it's a sunny day B Tom has no car and Tom is going swimming C Ann drives a blue car & today is a sunny day D Today is a sunny day & Tom has no car
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anonymous
  • anonymous
C is true
anonymous
  • anonymous
A is true. Swagmamashoeless is incorrect, since C states that Ann drives a blue car AND today is a sunny day. The statement says that Ann drives a blue car OR Tom has no car, meaning neither of them can always be true. Thus, A is true, which happens to be the 1st statement.
anonymous
  • anonymous
nice

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anonymous
  • anonymous
but A has 'or' in it D:
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh oops
anonymous
  • anonymous
so what is the answer? o:
anonymous
  • anonymous
hm, there might not be a right answer. A is the most likely possibility, though.

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