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Question 18 (1 point) If statement A is true and statements B and C are both false, what is the truth value for -B) → C? ● True ● False Question 19 (1 point) Construct truth tables for qp and -p Based on your results, are these two expressions equivalent? True False Question 20 (1 point) guases Choose all expressions that are examples logical fallacies in common lan 9

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Question 18 (1 point)
If statement A is true and statements B and C are both false, what is the truth value for
-B) → C?
● True
● False
Question 19 (1 point)
Construct truth tables for qp and -p
Based on your results, are these two expressions equivalent?
True
False
Question 20 (1 point)
guases
Choose all expressions that are examples logical fallacies in common lan
9
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Transcribed Image Text:Question 18 (1 point) If statement A is true and statements B and C are both false, what is the truth value for -B) → C? ● True ● False Question 19 (1 point) Construct truth tables for qp and -p Based on your results, are these two expressions equivalent? True False Question 20 (1 point) guases Choose all expressions that are examples logical fallacies in common lan 9
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