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Convert each statement below into symbolic form and generate its truth table:
If the New York Yankees win the world series or the New York Jets win the super bowl then New York fans will be overjoyed and dance in the streets.

Y: The New York Yankees win the world series.
J: The New York Jets win the super bowl.
O: New York fans will be overjoyed.
D: New York fans will dance in the streets.
(Y ν J) -> (O Λ D)

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  1. I agree.

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  2. Could it also be (Y Λ J) -> (O Λ D)?

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