1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data 1) (∀xεℝ)((x≠0)→((∃yεℝ)(xy=1) 2) (∃yεℝ)(∀xεℝ)((x≠0)→(xy=1)) 2. Relevant equations ∃ - there exists ∀ - for all → implication 3. The attempt at a solution The brackets and implication are throwing me for a loop 1) for all real numbers, there exist another real number such that their product is 1. TRUE 2) There exists a real number y, such that any real number and y will have a product of 1. False. ??????