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\(the following example, $a$ and $b$ are boolean variables. Write an expression such that, for each row of the table, when $a$ and $b$ are the values on the left side of the table, your expression equals the value on the right side of the table. \begin{tabular}{cc|c} $a$ & $b$ & expression \\ \hline True & True & True \\ True & False & False \\ False & False & False \\ False & True & False \\ \end{tabular} Formatting: Make your expression as simple and short as possible. Use only the following words: a, b, and, or, not (you do not have to use all of them), separated by spaces and no other characters.\)

 Jun 19, 2023
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The answer is "a or not b"

 Jun 19, 2023
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It's either "a" or "not b". You can try it right now

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 Jun 19, 2023
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If this is 1(a) it is a and b.

If this 1(b) it is not a.

 Jun 20, 2023

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