AND,OR AND NOT Finn Lawford Mee

AND means that two statements have to be true for the outcome to be true. For example 3>2 and 'Bob'=='bob' this would be false because only one of these statements are true.

OR means only one statement has to be true for the whole statement to be true. For example 3<2 OR 'Bob' =='bob' this statement would be true because one statement Is true.

NOT means that if a statement was true and you write not infront of it the statement becomes false. For example NOT 3>2 this statement would be false because it was true and now it not.

A Truth table is a table where 1 is true and false is 0

AND truth table

OR truth table

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