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## The following statement (p --> q ) --> [(~p --> q) --> q] is :-JEE MAINS-Mathematics-2017

(1) a fallacy

(2) a tautology

(3) equivalent to ~ p --> q

(4) equivalent to p --> ~q

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## Answers

(p ® q) [(~p ® q) ® q]

It is a tautology.

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