Understanding the Basics of the De Morgan’s Laws

In the previous two posts, we have discussed about the logical operators and, or, and not.  Those two articles are preparation for this post. Consider the following inequalities. 1.) 2.)   The first inequality can also be represented as or .  Now, how do we find not ( or ). To easily understand the question, […]
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Introduction to Negation and the NOT Operator

In the previous post, we have learned the difference between and and or. And and or are called logical operators. Statements that are connected by logical operators are called logical expressions. In this post, we are going to learn another logical operator which is a logical operator for negation. The negation of a given statement […]
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The difference between AND and OR

We use the word and and or many times in every day language. Consider the following statements. I will cook lunch and I will clean the room. I will cook lunch or I will clean the room. In the first statement, the speaker implies that he will do both things. He will cook lunch and […]
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