If the truth value is true for the following statements :

A <---> B

A ⋁ B

G ---> ∼ D

D

What is the truth value of the statement B ?

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- June 14th 2012, 04:56 AMMhmh96Finding the truth value
If the truth value is true for the following statements :

A <---> B

A ⋁ B

G ---> ∼ D

D

What is the truth value of the statement B ?

- June 14th 2012, 05:31 AMemakarovRe: Finding the truth value
Similar to how the value of x^2 + 3x - 5 is determined by the value of x, the truth values of these statements are determined by the truth values of the variables they contain.

By B, do you mean a formula that consists of just one propositional variable B, or do you mean the second formula on your list, i.e., A ⋁ B? In any case, see the remark above. - June 14th 2012, 07:59 AMMhmh96Re: Finding the truth value
But we should use the given statements ,to determine the truth value of B, right ?

- June 14th 2012, 08:05 AMemakarovRe: Finding the truth value
I am sorry; I read the question wrong. I thought that you need to

*find*the truth values of the first four statements.

If A \/ B is true, then A is true or B is true. In the second case, we know the truth value of B. What can you say in the first case taking into account that A <-> B is true? - June 14th 2012, 08:06 AMMhmh96Re: Finding the truth value
I mean to Consider the 3 possible cases (given that it's true) for A V B, and to use A <---> B to see what each case means for B

- June 15th 2012, 02:47 AMMhmh96Re: Finding the truth value
I think i understand that now,the first statement means either both A and B are true, or both A and B are false. From the second statement, at least one of A or B is true. Therefore, both A and B must be true.

- June 15th 2012, 02:49 AMemakarovRe: Finding the truth value
I agree.