Which one of the following could be a complete and accurate list of the volunteers?

on May 6 at 05:39PM

Help with translating

I must up the translation of rule 5. If a statement says if t is present then neither f nor v is present mean neither f or neither v or doesn’t it meant neither f and v?

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on May 6 at 07:40PM

Messed up*

on May 9 at 02:57AM

Please help!

on May 13 at 02:30AM

Can someone please draw out this translation of neither nor?

Skylar on May 17 at 06:29PM

@fable, happy to help!

Rule #5 states: "If Terry volunteers, then neither Felivia nor Veena volunteers."

We diagram this as: T -> NOT F and NOT V
The contrapositive is: F or V -> NOT T

So, we can think of Rule #5 as saying: "If Terry, then not Felivia AND not Veena."

Does that make sense? Please let us know if you have any other questions!

on May 19 at 03:15AM

Yes thank you. I have another question. Does "still" signal the conclusion of an argument?