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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 following statement into English: ( ~ p Ë„ q) --> r

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~p: Jamie is not on the train
q: Sylvia at the park
so,

if (Jamie is not on the train Ë„ Sylvia is at the park), then Nigel is in the car.

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