Logic Exam 2
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In a conditional statement
(“if…then”), the component that immediately follows the “if”.
A compound statement or proposition
that asserts that its two component statements have the same truth-values, and therefore are materially equivalent. So named because, since the two component statements are either both true or both false, they must imply one another. A biconditional statement form is symbolized “p º q” which may be read as “p if and only if q”
A hypothetical statement; a compound proposition or statement of form “if p then q”
Most common word symbolized as a conjunction is “and.”
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