Negate the statement and express your answer in a smooth english sentence. Hint first rewrite the statement so that it does not contain an implication. The statement is: If the bus is not coming, then I cannot get to school.

Negate the statement and express your answer in a smooth english sentence. Hint first rewrite the statement so that it does not contain an implication. The statement is: If the bus is not coming, then I cannot get to school.
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Selden1f
Step 1
The negation of:
$\mathrm{¬}p\to \mathrm{¬}q$
is:
$\mathrm{¬}p\wedge q$
Step 2
"The bus is not coming and I can get to school".
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Darian Hubbard
Step 1
Here is what you should do in logic:

Step 2
$P=$ the bus is not coming
$Q=I$ cannot get to school
so the negation is:
the bus is not coming and I can get to school