Having a bit of trouble understanding the truth table for the statement:
Could somebody run me through the scenarios and explain how they affect the truth value of . In particular, the scenario where is false, but is true... how does this imply that is true?
true, true: ?
true, false: ?
false, true: ?
false, false: ?
I know the answers are true, false, true, true. But can someone explain the logic behind it?
So, to conclude, if the premises neither negate nor confirm the conditional statement, then we assume it is true by default for the purposes of accordance with boolean algebra?