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I am having a heck of a time figuring this out, and I keep basically wanting to distribute the negation symbol to each individual simple statement in the conditional statement arriving at...

~[~(p -> ~q)] <=> ?

~(~p -> q) <=> ?

p -> ~q <=> ~p V ~q <=> ~(p ^ q)

But the book says I should come to p ^ q.

What am I doing wrong here.

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# How do I find the equivalent statement to the statement ~(p -> ~q)

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