MATH SOLVE

8 months ago

Q:
# Let p: x = 4 Let q: y = −2 Which represents "If x = 4, then y = −2”? p ∨ q p ∧ q p → q p ↔ q

Accepted Solution

A:

We know that p is the statement x = 4 and that q is y = -2 . Then we have that the statement "If x = 4 then y = -2" can be written as "if p then q" . Then we can represent "If p then q" as p ---> .