Philip P. answered • 03/16/15

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Let A =

*It is summer*and B =*there is no snow*. The statement "*It is summer and there is no snow*" =**A ∩ B**DeMorgan's Theorem states:

**~(A ∩ B) = ~A U ~B**=

*It is not summer or there is snow*Where:

- ∩ = the logical "and" operations (intersection)
- U = the logical "or" operation (union)
- ~ = negation