# SOLUTION: 1. pV(q . r) 2. ~p /q . r How do I get q . r? Thought line 3 was: (pVq) . (pVr) 1, Dist......Now I'm stuck and don't know how to get q . r Please help!

Algebra ->  Algebra  -> Proofs -> SOLUTION: 1. pV(q . r) 2. ~p /q . r How do I get q . r? Thought line 3 was: (pVq) . (pVr) 1, Dist......Now I'm stuck and don't know how to get q . r Please help!      Log On

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 Question 608113: 1. pV(q . r) 2. ~p /q . r How do I get q . r? Thought line 3 was: (pVq) . (pVr) 1, Dist......Now I'm stuck and don't know how to get q . r Please help!Answer by jim_thompson5910(28595)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!No need to use distribution. You can if you want, but that adds on more unneeded lines. Simply use disjunctive syllogism on lines 1 and 2 to get q . r