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Show this compound proposition to be true or false. Paris is the capital of England or Rome is the capital of Italy

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Paris is the capital of England or Rome is the capital of Italy:
This statement is a disjunction ("or" statement). It is true if at least one of the options is true.
Paris is not the capital of England (London is), but Rome is the capital of Italy.
Therefore, the statement is true because one of the options (Rome being the capital of Italy) is true.

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