What is the truth value for the following conditional statement? p: true q: true ∼q → ∼p F F → T T T → T T T → F F F → F Its A. F F → T Right?
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Question
What is the truth value for the following conditional statement?
p: true
q: true
∼q → ∼p
F F → T
T T → T
T T → F
F F → F
Its A. F F → T Right?
p: true
q: true
∼q → ∼p
F F → T
T T → T
T T → F
F F → F
Its A. F F → T Right?
2 Answer

1. User Answers dematrusenoch92
Yes that's right it tells u its self 
2. User Answers eudora
Answer:
Option A, F F → T
Stepbystep explanation:
The truth value for the statements are followed
p : true
q : true
Then truth values of ~p : false
and ~q : false
Now we have to find the truth value of (~p ⇒ ~q)
In implication truth value of two statements is false.
Only when P is true and Q is false otherwise in every condition truth value will be true.
So ~p ⇒ ~q : True
Option A, F F → T will be the answer.