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# 1) Use the truth table to show that (p ^ q) (pvq) is a tautology:2) Use the truth table to show that ~(peq) is logically equivalent to peq_3) Construct a truth tabl...

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###### 1) Use the truth table to show that (p ^ q) (pvq) is a tautology:2) Use the truth table to show that ~(peq) is logically equivalent to peq_3) Construct a truth table for (peq) e ((pe~q)4) Evaluate the bit strings expression: (10011101 v 01001011) 0 10110010

1) Use the truth table to show that (p ^ q) (pvq) is a tautology: 2) Use the truth table to show that ~(peq) is logically equivalent to peq_ 3) Construct a truth table for (peq) e ((pe~q) 4) Evaluate the bit strings expression: (10011101 v 01001011) 0 10110010  #### Similar Solved Questions

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