Prove the following relations by Contradiction (Use rules. Don’t use truth table). a) [B ^^ (B rarr C )] rarr C b) not (p vv not (p ∧ q) ) rarr q

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Prove the following relations by Contradiction (Use rules. Don’t use truth table).
a) [B(BC)]C
b) ¬(p¬(pq))q
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