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    Biconditional Statement

    The biconditional statement p q is true when

    (1) p is true and q is false
    (2) p is false and q is true
    (3) p and q have the same truth values
    (4) q is true
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    Quote Originally Posted by magentarita View Post
    The biconditional statement p q is true when

    (1) p is true and q is false
    (2) p is false and q is true
    (3) p and q have the same truth values
    (4) q is true
    Math Problem Solving Notes, Section 3-3
    Here is the truth table for the biconditional statement.

    Remember two things : "true implies true" is a true statement. "false implies ..." is always true.
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    ok...

    Quote Originally Posted by Moo View Post
    Math Problem Solving Notes, Section 3-3
    Here is the truth table for the biconditional statement.

    Remember two things : "true implies true" is a true statement. "false implies ..." is always true.
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