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PatrickEnright

QuestionAnswer
Negation Opposite of value
Disjunction statement using "or"
Conjunction statement using "and"
Conditional if, then statement
Biconditional BST <-->
Truth value whether or not something is false
Logically equivalent The contrapositive of a statement
Converse switch order of statement
Inverse negate bote statements
Contrapositive negate both statements and switch order
^ ATT
V Or
~ negation
-----> If, then
<--> BST if and only if
truth table table telling truths of statements
ATT always true when both are true with and
Off always false when both are false for an or
Tunafish is false T before an F is false
BST Both same than its true for if and only if statements
How to set up a 2 circle venn diagram Two intersecting circles, intersection is the "both" section
How to setup a 3 circle venn diagram Three intersecting circles each circle has a different meaning, intersecting parts of circles mean both
How to get the percentage amount divided by the total subjects in statement
How to solve a logical puzzle Plug in truth values into columns and use certain formulas for different statements
How to complete the last column in a truth table Use truth values to plug in formula and solve
Created by: PatrickEnright