Note:
^ represents and.
V represents or
~ represents not
T represents True
F represents False
My solution...
I started by substituting T in all variables....
[p^(qVr)]^ ~r
[T^(TVT)] ^ ~T
(T^T) ^ F
T^F
F
The answer is p = True q = True r = False
This is a problem from Gelfand's Algebra. Needed to verify my solution.
My solution to the problem above was the following.
1+2x+3x^2+4x^3+3x^4+2x^5+x^6
Thanks.
Appreciate the input Choppy. :)
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