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Unformatted text preview: njunction
∧
 Disjunction
∨
 Implication
→
   Biconditional
↔
       Compound
Proposi1ons:
Nega1on
   The
negation
of
a
proposition

p

is

denoted
by

¬p

and
 has
this
truth
table:
 p ¬p

 T
 F
 F
 T
   Example:
If
p


denotes
“The
earth
is
round.”,
then
¬p




 denotes
“It
is
not
the
case
that
the
earth
is
round,”
or
 more
simply
“The
earth
is
not
round.”


 Conjunc1on
   The
conjunction
of
propositions

p

and

q

is
denoted
 by
p ∧ q and
has
this
truth
table:
 p
 q
 p∧q
 T
 T
 T
 T
 F
 F
 F
 T
 F
 F
 F
 F
   Example:

If
p

denotes
“I
am
at
home.”
and
q

 denotes
“It
is
raining.”
then
p ∧q


denotes
“I
am
at
 home
and
it
is
raining.”
 Disjunc1on
   The
disjunction
of
...
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