I recently posted an article about the Table of Truth with explanation, images and video.

I will now post the rules of the truth table in a simplified way.

# Logical values of the connectors

## Negative Connective (')

p - q '= This rule is simple, the (') does the negation. Ex: **José is a bricklayer**, in denial: **José is not a bricklayer**

## Conjective connective “e” symbol (.)

P . q will only be a proposition **true** when V (p) = V (q) = 1, in other cases it is false

## Connective of Disjunction “or” symbol (+)

p + q will only be a proposition **false** when V (p) = V (q) = 0, in other cases they will be true

## Conditional Connective “If… then…” symbol (→)

small will be a proposition **false** when V (p) = 1 and V (q) = 0, being true in the other cases

## Biconditional conective “… if and only if…” symbol (↔)

small will be a proposition **true** when V (p) = V (q) and **false**, when V (p) ≠ V (q)

See the other post on the Truth Table

1,049 Total Visualizações, 3 Visualizações Hoje

THIS GAME IS VERY JET