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Construct a truth table for ~q → p.

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Can you try it before you ask? I have the answer.
\[\begin{array}{|c|c|c|}\hline q&\sim q&p&\sim q\rightarrow p\\\hline T&&T&\\T&&F&\\F&&T&\\F&&F&\\\hline\end{array}\]
what did you get for the ~q column @lalazx7

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I don't u understand how to work the problem from the beginning, can yiu simplify
\[\begin{array}{|c|c|}\hline q&\sim q\\\hline T&\\T&\\F&\\F&\\\hline\end{array}\]
@lalazx7 Do you know what a truth table is?
2 variables means you will have 4 rows The 2 variables are p and q. I do every possible combination I can think of TT TF FT FF Then I do the other columns
Here is how you set up: p q ~q ~q->p
when the statement is is true the negation of the statement is false, when the statement is false the negation of the statement is true
No I have never seen this before
im not sure how to help you
whats the oposite of true(T) @lalazx7
Ok thanks anyway False
\[\begin{array}{|c|c|}\hline q&\sim q\\\hline T&F\\T&F\\F&\\F&\\\hline\end{array}\], now what is the opposite of false
Oh ok I get it now
Duh, I'm so silly

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