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    Logic Problems

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    1. Write the statement in symbolic form and construct a truth table.
    The zoo is open, but it is not a nice day.

    2. Use DeMorgan's laws to determine whether the two statements are equivalent.
    ? (p V ?q), ?p ^ q

    3. Determine the truth value of a statement.
    15-7=22 or 4+8=13, and 9-8=1

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    1. Write the statement in symbolic form and construct a truth table.
    The zoo is open, but it is not a nice day.
    Solution: The expression uses an XOR operation because of the word BUT. So we have:
    F = (Z ^ ~(~D)) V (~Z ^ ~D)
    Where ...

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