What is the negation of the statement "For each s in R, there exists an r in R such that if f(r) >0, then g(s) >0."(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

The answer is "There exists an s in R such that for each r in R, f(r) >0 and g(s) <0."

What is the general method to find the negation of any logical statement?

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# What is the negation of the statement

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