Having difficulty with translating English to propositional logic.
- Cows eat grass (C), humans eat bricks (H).
- Neither cows NOR humans eat bricks.
- If children believe humans eat bricks (B), then humans eat bricks.
I understand that it would look like this for the first one:
- C ∧ H
But having difficulty with the second one because I'm not sure how to translate it so that it's specific to just "bricks". It makes sense if it was "Neither cows eat grass nor humans eat bricks" because it would be
- ¬(C ∨ H)
Also, I believe that the third one would be:
- B → H
Could I please get some clarification on how to do the second one?