Structural Induction, Data Structure & Algorithms

Let a be a well-formed formula. Let c be the number of binary logical operators in a. (Recall that ?,
?, ?, and ? are the binary logical operators). Let s be the number of proposition symbols in a.

Prove that s=c+1 using structural induction.
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