lgbasallote
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If 1 + 1 = 2 or 1 + 1 = 3 then 2 + 2 = 3 and 2 + 2 = 4
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hba
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LGBA LGBA LGBA :D
hba
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So True :)
lgbasallote
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why?
hba
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But One is Mathematical and the other is graphical :)
lgbasallote
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graphical?
anonymous
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i say false
hba
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Yeah Playing with geometry :)
lgbasallote
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why?
anonymous
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as the conclusion is false, but the premise is true
CliffSedge
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I don't like the "and."
lgbasallote
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hmm..yes that's a good point...but why do you say conclusion is false?
lgbasallote
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is T and F = F?
lgbasallote
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i don't like this radom bumping of replies...
anonymous
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you have a true premise, implying a false conclusion
premise is true because it is an OR statement and one of the parts is true
conclusion is false because it is an AND statement and one the parts is false
sara12345
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T and F = F
T -> F = F
anonymous
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yes T and F is F
lgbasallote
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hmm good point
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\(T\implies F\) is always false.