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If p → q is true, then ~ q → ~ p is __________ false.
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UnkleRhaukus
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have you made a truth table?
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Yeah not really.. I kinda suck at geometry..
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geometry isn't necessary here
this is logic
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Complete the ~ q → ~ p column. ~q is negation of q and ~p is negation of p.
p -> q is false only when p is true while q is false, true otherwise.
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