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If <math>P</math> is a [[proposition]], then [[¬]] P stands for "[[not]] P".  The [[LaTeX]] symbol is <code>[[\not]]</code>.
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If <math>P</math> is a [[proposition]], then [[¬]] P stands for "[[not]] P".  The [[LaTeX]] symbol is <code>[[\lnot]]</code>.

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If [math]P [/math] is a proposition, then ¬ P stands for "not P". The LaTeX symbol is \lnot.