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### Express the following statements in symbolic form: assuming the first part of each statement as p and the second part as q:

41. If it rains heavily then the school will be
closed.

p → q

42. If it is square then it is rectangle.

p → q

43. If it is not a rectangle then it is not a
square.

~p → ~q

44. If it is an equilateral triangle then it is an
isosceles.

p → q

45. Yuvraj has sufficient money and he will buy a
car.

p ˄ q

46. If Yuvraj has sufficient money then he will not
buy a car.

p → ~q

47. Yuvraj does not have sufficient money or he will
buy a car.

~p ˅ q

48. It is a day time or it is warm.

p ˅ q

49. If it is a day time then it is warm.

p → q

50. It is warm if and only if it is a day time.

p ↔ q