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Let p q r denote arbitrary statements Then the   logically   equivalent   of   the statement 

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Let p, q, r denote arbitrary statements. Then the   logically   equivalent   of   the statement  p\Rightarrow \left ( q\vee r \right )

 

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@rinku verma

answer is b.

the expession, p => q V r   means if p is false then the expression is true, else(p=true) at least one of p or r should be true.

All these conditions are satistfied with option b.

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