1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Problem #5, 2. Relevant equations Professor's handout, to show that this false: Show that for some x∈X there is no way to choose y∈Y such that P(x,y) is true. That is showΓ(∃x∃yP(x,y)) whic is equivalent to ∃x∀y(ΓP(x,y)) 3. The attempt at a solution So far I have appilied this definition, but my professor hasn't given me an example to follow to solve this... Would I have to solve the second part?