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Survey/Math - Logic

Survey of Math

Define: statement Anything that can be shown to be true or false
Define: simple statement Conveys one complete idea or thought (the sky is blue)
Define: compound statement Two or more simple statements put together by connectives. (the book was a novel or an autobiography)
Define: negation The negation changes the truth value to the opposite
Negate: "all are" some are not
Negate: "some are" none are
Negate: "none are" some are
Negate: "Some are not" All are
What does an inclusive "or" pertain to? one event, the other event, or both
What does an exclusive "or" pertain to? one event, the other event, but not both
Symbol of Conjuction ^ (and)
Symbol of Disjunction V (or)
Symbol of Conditional -> (if/then)
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