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If u r >=18 or Accompanied by your parents then U can watch movie
that's not really a logical expression....
i assume this will be the start: p: you can watch the movie q: you are under 18 r: you are accompanied by your paretns
Not q or r then p
\(r \wedge q) \rightarrow p\)?
Well I am not familiar with those symbols
hmm seems it should be \[(q \wedge \neg r) \rightarrow \neg p\] why?
hmmmmm let me think abt this one
that would be splendid
if you are under 18 years old and not accompanied by a parent then you can not watch the movie p=under 18 years old q=accompanied by a parent r=unable to watch movie
should be (p^~q) -> ~r
give me one more sec I doubt its (p^q)->r
yeah...i just said what it is supposed to be
ya so then its that
if you are under 18 years old and not accompanied by a parent then you can not watch the movie p=if you are under 18 years old q=accompanied by a parent r= can watch movie
....you're just repeating yourself...
nope I changed what r symblizes
oh. so it's going to be (p ^ ~q) -> ~r still i ask..why?
which part is confusing? Ok for starters I switched around the order of the sentence. I put the result which was cannot watch movie at the end of the sentence So basically i rearranged the sentence so that the 2 conditions are in the beginning unless accompanied by an adult is another way of saying not accompanied by an adult
main part is (p ^ ~q)
I am not sure what is confusing you. The hard part is rearranging the sentence
i just said what was confusing me....
okkk we need 2 conditions in order to not be able to go to the movie 1) under 18 years of age 2) not accompanied by a parent Under 18 years of age is in a postive form p=under 18 years of age Not accompanied by a parent is in a negative form ~q= not accompanied by parent q=accompanied by parent
^ means and yes?
So if you are under 18 years of age and NOT accompanied by a parent Then you can NOT watch the movie (p^~q)=~r ^=and
hmm so 18 andnot accompanied by parent implies no watch?
Actually no, under 18 and not accompanied implies no watch.
18 implies watch
under 18 implies bad dreams
under 18 implies music chatbox
What happens if you frequent music chat when you are older than 18?