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p: Jennifer likes James. q: James likes Jennifer. Statement: ~p ∧ q ... A) James does not like Jennifer, but Jennifer likes James... B)James likes Jennifer, but Jennifer does not like James...C) Jennifer likes James and James likes Jennifer.... D) Jennifer does not like James, but James likes Jennifer.

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they are a couple
u have to pick A,B,C or D

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p: Jennifer likes James so ~p : ????
hold on i'll attach a prt sctn
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If p: Jennifer likes James then what does ~p stand for?
umm... does not?
so ~p: Jennifer does not like James
so thats the anwser then?
close, but it's not the full answer
ennifer does not like James, but James likes Jennifer.
yes you got it
so the second one on the attachment would be: If the bus has not been repaired, then the kids are not home from school?
no
q corresponds to what?
If the bus has not been repaired, then the kids are home from school
how can the kids come home if the bus hasn't been repaired
If the kids are not home from school, then the bus has not been repaired.
good
What is the contrapositive of the following statement? If Tom campaigns for treasurer, he will be elected.
the contrapositive of p -> q is ~q -> ~p
If Tom is elected treasurer, then he campaigned.
does that help?
so thats the anwser?
Here's a similar example Original: If it did rain, then it is wet outside Contrapositive: If it is NOT wet outside, then it did NOT rain
If Tom is not elected treasurer, then he did not campaign.
close, you flip it though
If Tom does not campaign for treasurer, then he will not be elected.
bingo
and if you think about it, the statement you made makes sense
if someone doesn't campaign, then they're likely to never get elected
since no one will know about the candidate
thank you, you are litterly the only person who has helped me this much
i'm glad
hopefully it's making more sense?
more than it did before
alright, that's great, i'm glad it does

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