I am stuck on this question and attempting to answer it makes me feel that its equivalent to searching for a needle in a large pond...
I need help with this, can someone explain how I even attempt to find the solution to this?
Question: Find a logical statement equivalent to $(A \to B) \& \sim C$, the statement must use only operators $\sim, |$.
I know that I can do $(A \& \sim B) \, | \, C$ which is logically equivalent but it says not to use anything other than $\sim, |$. The statement I have uses "$\&$".