# Produce an equivalent proposition without implications (">") and without not's ("-") using DeMorgan's Laws and the...

Produce an equivalent proposition without implications (">") and without not's ("-") using DeMorgan's Laws and the implication rule.

-Ǝ x Ǝy ∀z [ [ ( -X>Z ) > (Z > -Y)] + -(Y + Z )]

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