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Write each sentence in symbolic form. Use p, q, r, and s as defined below. p : Stephen Curry is a football player. q : Stephen Curry is a basketball player. r. Stephen Curry is a rock star. s : Stephen Curry plays for the Warriors. It is not true that. Stephen Curry is a football player or a rock star.

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Richard N. Aufmann + 3 others
Publisher: Cengage Learning
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Richard N. Aufmann + 3 others
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781305965584
Chapter 3.1, Problem 44ES
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Write each sentence in symbolic form. Use p, q, r, and s as defined below.

p: Stephen Curry is a football player.

q: Stephen Curry is a basketball player.

r. Stephen Curry is a rock star.

s: Stephen Curry plays for the Warriors.

It is not true that. Stephen Curry is a football player or a rock star.

To determine

The symbolic for the given word statement.

Explanation of Solution

Given information:

The word statement is 'It is not true that, Stephen Curry is a football player or a rock star.'

p: Stephen Curry is a football player.

q: Stephen Curry is a basketball player.

r: Stephen Curry is a rock star.

s: Stephen Curry plays for the Warriors.

Example table:

The table of some English sentences and the comma is used to indicate which simple statements are grouped together.

English sentenceThe comma indicates that:
p, and q or not rq andr

are grouped together because they are both on the same side of the comma.

p and q, or rp and q are grouped together because they are both on the same side of the comma

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