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Stefan Waner + 1 other

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9781337280426

Chapter A, Problem 22E

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Let p: “Willis is a good teacher,” q: “Carla is a good teacher,” r: “Willis’ students hate math,” and s: “Carla’s students hate math.” Express the statements in Exercises 17–24 in words.

To determine

The meaning of the statement

Statement *p*: Willis is a good teacher.

Statement *q*: Carla is a good teacher.

Statement *r*: Willis’ students hate math.

Statement *s*: Carla’s students hate math.

**Given Information:**

The provided statements are,

Statement *p*: Willis is a good teacher.

Statement *q*: Carla is a good teacher.

Statement *r*: Willis’ students hate math.

Statement *s*: Carla’s students hate math.

Consider the provided statements,

Statement *p* says “Willis is a good teacher”.

Statement *q* says “Carla is a good teacher”.

Statement *r* says “Willis’ students hate math”.

Statement *s* says “Carla’s students hate math”.

The not statement of

The not statement of

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