3.2ex IV
Truth Tables

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1. If you do a truth table for '~A>~B', then the last truth values will be filled in under the
a. first tilde b. the horseshoe c. the second tilde d. none of the above

 

2. When filling in a truth table for a sentence, the last column to be finished is always that under its main connective.
a. True b. False

 

3. In a truth table for '~A>~B', we usually have row 1 assigning both 'A' and 'B' true. This first row
a. indicates that truth comes before falsity. b. represents one possible assignment of truth values to the atomic components of '~A>~B'. c. is the only row we need to consider in order to determine the truth value of the whole sentence '~A>~B'.

 

4. If you do a truth table for '~A>~B', there will be
a. 2 rows. b. 4 rows. c. 8 rows. d. 16 rows.

 

5. If you do a truth table for '(~A>~B)=(A>B)', there will be
a. 2 rows. b. 4 rows. c. 8 rows. d. 16 rows.

 

6. If you do a truth table for '(~A>~B)=(CvD)', there will be
a. 2 rows. b. 4 rows. c. 8 rows. d. 16 rows.

 

7. 2 to the 4th power (24) =
a. 2 x 4 b. 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 c. 24

 

 

 

 

 

 

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