Sunday, May 20, 2007

Question 5

When logical expressions P and Q are both true, which of the following expressions is true regardless of whether the logical expression R is true or false? Here,”¬” denotes negation, “v“ denotes logical sum, “^“ denotes logical product, and “ → “ denotes implication (the dyadic boolean operation whose result is FALSE only when TRUE → FALSE)

a)2004-05-a.png
b)2004-05-b.png
c)2004-05-c.png
d)2004-05-d.png

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