De morgan's laws to write the negation of the following statement. He is not in Canada, or he does not fly to montreal. a. He is in Canada, and he flies to montreal. b. He is in Canada, or he flies to montreal. c. If he is in Canada, then he flies to montreal. d. He is not in Canada, or he flies to montreal.

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De morgan's laws to write the negation of the following statement. He is not in Canada, or he does not fly to montreal. a. He is in Canada, and he flies to montreal. b. He is in Canada, or he flies to montreal. c. If he is in Canada, then he flies to montreal. d. He is not in Canada, or he flies to montreal.

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He is not in canada = p he does not fly to montreal = q Your statement = ( p v q ) Negating the statement : ~( p v q )
so im not sure if it would be c. or d.
I know that ~ means "not" and "v" means "or"

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You are correct, so just negate both of the statements individually.
The conjunction, "or", does not change though.
so it would be b.?
That's what i'm getting.
  • phi
it is a bit more intuitive if you define p = In Canada q= flies to Montreal so the statement can be written (not p) or (not q) use De Morgan's Law to write that as not (p and q) now negate that statement: not not (p and q) becomes p and q look for In Canada and flies to Montreal
so A.
  • phi
more importantly, can you follow what I did?
yes so you took out the negation and added the conjunction
@phi why would or change to and?
you guys are confusing me lol
  • phi
DeMorgan's Law https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/De_Morgan's_laws
Ohhh.... I had missed somethign.
so the finalized answer is A

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