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let p,q,and r be the following statements p:Jamie is on the train. Q:
Sylvia is at the park. r: Nigel is in the car. Translate the followins statement into english (~q^r) arrow ~p

Replace p,q, and r by the given statements in
(~q^r) → ~p
where ~ = not, ∧ = and.
After that, read the statement aloud and make adjustments to the English. 
Replace p,q, and r by the given statements in
(~q^r) → ~p
where ~ = not, ∧ = and.
After that, read the statement aloud and make adjustments to the English.
Also, a→b = if a then b.
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