Math: Logic and Proposition Essay

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A proposition: makes a claim that may be either t or f. it must have the structure of a complete sent.
The Negation of a proposition “p” is another proposition tht makes the opposite claim of “p”
The double negative of a proposition “p”, not not “p”, has the same truth value of “p”
Propositions are often joined w/ logical connectors- words such as and, or, and if…then.
Logical connector new proposition
And I won the game and it was fun.
Or I won the game or it was fun
If…then If I won the game, then it was fun.
Given two propositions “p” and “q” the statement “p” and “q” is called their conjunction. It is true only if “p” and “q” are both true.
And= section
Or= union
The units of a quantity describe what is being measured or counted Operation symbol - Division per - raising to second square Power
Raising to third power cube or cubic
Multiplication hyphen

Some teacher are not men. A proposition: makes a claim that may be either t or f. it must have the structure of a complete sent.
The Negation of a proposition “p” is another proposition tht makes the opposite claim of “p”
The double negative of a proposition “p”, not not “p”, has the same truth value of “p”
Propositions are often joined w/ logical connectors- words such as and, or, and if…then.
Logical connector new proposition
And I won the game and it was fun.
Or I won the game or it was fun
If…then If I won the game, then it was fun.
Given two propositions “p” and “q” the statement “p” and “q” is called their conjunction. It is true only if “p” and “q” are both true.
And= section
Or= union
The units of a quantity describe what is being measured or counted Operation symbol - Division per - raising to second square Power
Raising to third power cube or cubic
Multiplication hyphen

Some teacher are not men. A proposition: makes a claim that may be either t or f. it must have the structure of a complete sent.
The Negation of a proposition “p” is another proposition tht makes the opposite claim of “p”
The double negative of a proposition “p”, not not “p”, has the same truth value of “p”
Propositions are often joined w/ logical connectors- words such as and, or, and if…then.
Logical connector new proposition
And I won the game and it was fun.
Or I won the game or it was fun
If…then If I won the game, then it was fun.
Given two propositions “p” and “q” the statement “p” and “q” is called their conjunction. It is true…