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katlin95
please help! If p and p---->q are true statements, the q is a true statment a. ture b. false
p-->q means "if p is true then q is true" so given that p is true, and that p-->q what does that say about q ?
implication, p inplies q.
here is a truth table for "p implies q" (p-> q) P Q P->Q T T T T F F F T T F F T
As shown in @dgamma3 's table, the only case where both P and P->Q are T is when Q is T.