$\displaystyle \begin{array}{ccc}P&Q&P \vee Q\\

\hline\\

T&F&T\\

F&T&T\end{array}$

I have looked for an explanation from many books, but none explained why $\displaystyle P\vee Q$ is true.

Can any explain?

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- Nov 25th 2009, 11:48 AMnoviceTruth table
$\displaystyle \begin{array}{ccc}P&Q&P \vee Q\\

\hline\\

T&F&T\\

F&T&T\end{array}$

I have looked for an explanation from many books, but none explained why $\displaystyle P\vee Q$ is true.

Can any explain? - Nov 25th 2009, 12:04 PMPlato
- Nov 25th 2009, 12:36 PMnovice
Thank you, Plato,

You did a good job explaining it with the phrase, "True if**at least one is true**."

Thanks again for your speedy delivery.