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Let
p : Boys are playing
q : Boys are happy
the equivalent form of compound statement of $$\displaystyle p\rightarrow q$$ is


A
Boys are not playing or they are happy
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B
Boys are not happy or they are playing
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C
Boys are playing or they are not happy
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D
Boys are not playing or they are not happy
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Solution

The correct option is A Boys are not playing or they are happy
The equivalent form of the statement $$p \rightarrow q$$ is $$\sim p \vee q$$
On the same lines, the equivalent statement becomes Boys are not playing or they are happy, i.e. option A.

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