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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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