Mathematical Reasoning


  • A sentence which can be judged to be either true (or) false but not both at a time is called a statement (or) proposition
    → The truthness of statement is denoted by T
    → The fallsity of statement is denoted by F
    → Truth statement is Valid statement
    → False statement is Invalid statement

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  • Logical Connectives
  Connective Symbol Verbal description
1. and Conjunction
2. or disjunction
3. If then Implication (or) conditional
4. If and only if Bi implication (or) Bi conditional
5. Not Negation