Boolean Operation

Boolean Operation

Logical operation in which the operands and the results only take two values: true or false.

Generally, we use the symbols 0 and 1 instead of true and false.


Consider two propositions P and Q and the propositional form (P ∨ Q).
If P is false and Q is true, then (P ∨ Q) is true.

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