computergeek123
What are the missing values, labeled x and y, from the truth table for ~(p ∨ q) ∧ ~p?



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ganeshie8
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you familiar with truth table of OR ?

ganeshie8
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p v q

computergeek123
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It's SOOOO confusing. haha

ganeshie8
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yeah ! beginning it CAN be confusing...
see if below definition makes sense for OR
p v q :
it is true when atleast one of its input is true

ganeshie8
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dw:1345754202193:dw

ganeshie8
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here,
both inputs are True
p = T
q = T
can you find the value of "p v q" ?

ganeshie8
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use this definition :
p v q : "it is true when atleast one of its input is true"

computergeek123
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D??

anonymous
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\(X=F\) because in that line neither P nor Q are True

anonymous
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\(Y=T\) because in the previous two columns you see that both \(\lnot(P\lor Q)\) and \(\lnot P\) are both true

computergeek123
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SO a? :)