Discrete math, convert expression to NOT, AND, OR. I'm confused about what the question is asking. I wont be able to get help from my professor until tomorrow so maybe someone can help me. I will give a simpler example below.
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(P & Q) is it possible to do the operations above on this statement?
\(P\land Q\) is already an "and" expression
Ya that's what I didn't understand about the question. I just think it's worded incorrectly. I have a larger compound statement q -> ( p v r ). He says to convert it to NOT, AND, OR. Any idea now? Thanks!