Discrete Structures  Proving a statement true
Trying to prove that the statement is true, which I am sure it is. Much like the last problem posted here, I am unsure how to go about solving it
I do not believe a negation is necessary but I could be wrong
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Alessandro Iraci
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Thank you for the help with the two questions I posted here, despite receiving just the answer, it does help!

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