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    I am quite new to Java and am having trouble with this task and was wandering if anyone can help,

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    thank you for the help,

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    Do you have any specific java programming questions?
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    It seems pretty clear to me. First, with which task (8 or 9) are you having problems? If task, 8, I suggest you break it down into smaller pieces.
    For example, in task 8.i, a < b || c != d, determine the true or false values for a < b and c != d independently. Then apply those to the || operator using an OR truth table ( I presume you know what that is).

    For task 9, simply use the Java values of NOT, AND, and OR to write the expressions in some Java code. The left side and the right side should be equal regardless of the values of a and b.

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