If p: It is not cold. What is ~ p?
it is cold
it is mildly cold
none of the above
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Thank you :) I wasn't sure at all. I thought it was opposite haha.
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Thank you GracieGrace!
~p means the negation of statement p.
Statement p is It is not cold.
The negation of p is: It is not NOT cold.
That is, it is cold.
>>It depends is incorrect.
I do not know for sure if temperature can be relative. But in this case i think it is safe to say that it is. So would the negation of (p) 'depend' on what you are comparing the magnitude of temperature to? @Directrix
I applied the rules of elementary symbolic logic.
~p is the negation of p and ~(~p) --> p
but you also said that 'it depends' is a wrong answer