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Logic Quiz #1


Conjunction In logic, a conjunction combines two statements with the word "and".
Symbols A single letter of the alphabet may replace an entire sentence in logic. The most commonly used letters in logic are P, Q, and R.
Truth Tables A truth table is a compact way of listing symbols to show all the possible truth values for a set of sentences.
Truth Table For a Conjunction P/Q/P^Q T/T/ T T/F/ F F/T/ F F/F/ F
Truth Table For a Disjunction P/Q/PvQ T/T/ T T/F/ F F/T/ F F/F/ F
Logic The study of sound reasoning. Logic focuses on the study of arguments.
Negation A negation is the opposite truth value of a statement or sentence.
Disjunction In logic, a disjunction combines two statements with the word "or".
Conditional Statements "If, then" statements.
Premise/Hypothesis The "if" part of the statement.
Conclusion/Consequent The "then", or the result in the argument.
Argument Made up of the premise/hypothesis and the consequent/conclusion.
Phrase An incomplete sentence.
Truth Value Whether or not a statement is true or false
Truth Table For a Conditional P/Q/P->Q T/T/ T T/F/ F F/T/ T F/F/ T
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Truth Table For a Negation P/~P T/ F F/ T
Created by: floradora888