I'm trying to negate this statement and wanna make sure I'm doing it right.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

(p[tex]\vee[/tex]q) ---> (p [tex]\wedge[/tex] q)

So I dont negate both sides do I or else that would just make them equal out again? So I just negated the left side, so [tex]\neg[/tex](p[tex]\vee[/tex]q) is equivalent to [tex]\neg[/tex]p[tex]\wedge[/tex][tex]\neg[/tex]q

So thats the answer I got:

[tex]\neg[/tex]p[tex]\wedge[/tex][tex]\neg[/tex]q ---> (p [tex]\wedge[/tex] q)

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# Homework Help: Logic: Negating if then statement

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