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In exercises 59-62,let p: Tanisha owns a convertible. q: Joan owns a Volvo. Translate each statement into symbols. Then construct a truth table for each and indicate under what conditions the compound statement is true.#62 Tanisha does not own a convertible or Joan does not own a Volvo.

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p: Tanisha owns a convertible
q: Joan owns a Volvo

Tanisha does not own a convertible or Joan does not own a Volvo.

~p v ~q
or
~(p ^ q) (via deMorgan's laws)

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