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Unformatted text preview: F F F o Inclusive OR (example 1---lotto or inheritance) o Exclusive OR (example 2----soup or salad) • Conditional o If you turn in all the homework, then I’ll give you an A in the class H A H ⊃ A T T T T F F F T T F F T • Biconditional o If you give a P if and only if you earn a C- or better P C P ≡ C T T T T F F F T F F F T • Categorizing Statements o Statements that are always true are tautologies o Statements that are always false are contradictions o Statements that can be either true or false are contingencies o By definition, simple statements are contingencies: they can be either true or false. This does not mean that all compound statements are contingencies though. P v ~P o...
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- Spring '08
- Logic, Bitwise operation, Shelly, truth values