1.) ~(~O v R) v S is equivalent to ~(~O v R) v S 2.) ~(If O then R) v S 3.) (If O then ~R) v S 4.) (O and ~R) v S 5.) S v (O and ~R) 6.) (S v O) and (S v 1.) ~(~O v R) v S is equivalent to ~(~O v R) v S 2.) ~(If O then R) v S 3.) (If O then ~R) v S 4.) (O and ~R) v S 5.) S v (O and ~R) 6.) (S v O) and (S v ~R) If all that is given is ~(~O v R) v S, then #6 is all the final conclusion that can be arrived. ~(~O v R) v ~S R 1.) ~(If O then R) v ~S 2.) (If O then ~R) v ~S 3.) (O and ~R) v ~S 4. Dodge Grand Caravan Service Repair Manual there. ) ~S v (O and ~R) 5.) (~S v O) and (~S v ~R) 6.) ~S v ~R (Simplification) 7.) ~~R Double Negation R=~~R 8.) If ~~R then ~S 9.) If R then ~S = conclusion of the above argument.
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