1. 
If p ~ q is false, what conclusion can be drawn from the statement: ~( q ~ p )~ q


2. 
If ~ p ~ q is false, what conclusion can be drawn from the statement: ~ p q


3. 
If p ~ q is true, what conclusion can be drawn from the statement: p ~ q


4. 
If p q is false, what conclusion can be drawn from the statement: ~ p ~ q


5. 
If p ~ q is false, what conclusion can be drawn from the statement: p q


6. 
If p q is false, what conclusion can be drawn from the statement: p ~ q


7. 
If ~ p q is false, what conclusion can be drawn from the statement: ( q p ) q


8. 
If ~ p ~ q is true, what conclusion can be drawn from the statement: ( q p )( q ~ p )


9. 
If p q is true, what conclusion can be drawn from the statement: ~( p ~ q )


10. 
If ~ p ~ q is false, what conclusion can be drawn from the statement: p ([~(~ p q )])


11. 
If p q is true, what conclusion can be drawn from the statement: (~ p ~ q )( p q )


12. 
If ~ p q is true, what conclusion can be drawn from the statement: ~((~ p q )( q ~ p ))


13. 
If ~ p ~ q is false, what conclusion can be drawn from the statement: ( p q )~( p q )


14. 
If p ~ q is false, what conclusion can be drawn from the statement: ~ p ~ q


15. 
If p ~ q is true, what conclusion can be drawn from the statement: ~ p q


16. 
If ~ p q is false, what conclusion can be drawn from the statement: ( q p )( p ~ q )

