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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Can anyone solve this step by step, so I can see how it's done? I've been at for a while now and can't seem to get it. Here's the problem:

Find a compound proposition logically equivalent to p → q using only the logical operator ↓.

Thanks for the help. I'm really trying to get this stuff, but it's not coming easy.

Find a compound proposition logically equivalent to p → q using only the logical operator ↓.

Thanks for the help. I'm really trying to get this stuff, but it's not coming easy.