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I need a truth table for this but i dont know how to do it..

(P⋁¬Q)⋀(¬P⋁Q)⋀(¬P⋁¬Q) 

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What do the symbols mean Heureka ?

 

Symbolic notation in Text notation:

(P⋁¬Q)⋀(¬P⋁Q)⋀(¬P⋁¬Q)  = ( P or (not Q)  ) and (  (not P) or Q ) and ( (not P) or ( not Q )  )

 

 

Symbolic notation in Text notation:

¬P⋀¬Q = ( not P ) and ( not Q )

 

⋁  = or

⋀  = and

¬   = not

 

¬P  = not P

¬Q  = not Q

 

P ⋁ Q = P or Q

P ⋀ Q = P and Q

 

see: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boolean_algebra

 

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heureka  Feb 17, 2016
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I need a truth table for this but i dont know how to do it..

(P⋁¬Q)⋀(¬P⋁Q)⋀(¬P⋁¬Q) 

 

 

(P⋁¬Q)⋀(¬P⋁Q)⋀(¬P⋁¬Q)  = ¬P⋀¬Q

 

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heureka  Feb 17, 2016
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What do the symbols mean Heureka ?

Melody  Feb 17, 2016
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Best Answer

What do the symbols mean Heureka ?

 

Symbolic notation in Text notation:

(P⋁¬Q)⋀(¬P⋁Q)⋀(¬P⋁¬Q)  = ( P or (not Q)  ) and (  (not P) or Q ) and ( (not P) or ( not Q )  )

 

 

Symbolic notation in Text notation:

¬P⋀¬Q = ( not P ) and ( not Q )

 

⋁  = or

⋀  = and

¬   = not

 

¬P  = not P

¬Q  = not Q

 

P ⋁ Q = P or Q

P ⋀ Q = P and Q

 

see: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boolean_algebra

 

laugh

heureka  Feb 17, 2016
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Thanks Heureka

I have studied Boolean logic but it was a long time ago and the symbols were different  :)

 

 

(That link doesn't work but it doesn't really matter )  ://

Melody  Feb 17, 2016

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