Basic Grammar
Logical Operators
Truth Tables
It all depends
Give me a break
100

The Art and Science of reasoning well.

What is logic?

100

This one is pretty negative? ~

What is a tilde?

100

A listing of the truth values produced by a logical operator modifying a minimum number of variables

What is a truth table?

100

It joins two propositions and is true when both propositions have the same truth value, and false when their truth values differ.

What is the Biconditional?

100

The ________Truth table can be used for determining the validity of an argument in one row.

What is a shorter truth table?

200

A lower case letter that represents any proposition.

What is a propositional variable?

200

I am a sideways horseshoe. Who am I and what does my symbol say?

What is a conditional? I say "If .... Then"

200

Two propositions are ________ if and only if they have identical truth values in a truth table.

What is Logically Equivalent?

200

I am the symbol for the biconditional.

What is the triple equal?

200

To determine the validity of a compound proposition, we assume this truth value of the propositions and conclusions.

What is "true propositions and a false conclusion"?

300

A proposition that has more than one component part, or is modified in some other way.

What is a compound proposition?

300

My nickname is "Dot". What is my formal name and what do I "say"

What is "conjunction" who says "and"

300

The truth table for conjunction.

What is TFFF

300

In a conditional if P then Q, the _________ is the proposition represented by the P.

What is the Antecedent?

300

If the true propositions and the false conclusion has no __________________s then it is invalid.

What are Contradictions?

400

In this kind of argument, it is possible for the premises to be true and the conclusion false.

What is an invalid argument?

400

I say "or". What is my symbol, my name and my function

What is vee, disjunct, PVQ - inclusive or

400

The truth table for disjunction.

What is TTTF

400

In a conditional if P then Q, the ____________ is the proposition represented by the Q.

What is the consequent?

400

In some cases, shorter truth tables may not be completed in only one row. You must ____________ the truth values until you obtain the desired result.

What is assume or guess?

500

An uppercase letter that represents a single given proposition..

What is a propositional constant?

500

This is the purpose/function of logical operators (what they do)

What is "modify or combine simple propositions to make compound propositions.

500

The truth table for the conditional.

What is TFTT?

500

The biconditional is the combination of 2 _____________s.

What is conditionals?

500

In a ____________ argument, the premises imply the conclusion (if the premises are true, the conclusion must be true).

What is valid?

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