Standard logic has two truth values. **One truth value is “true”, often written or 1, the other truth value is “false”, often written or 0**. A statement has exactly one of these two values. There are other logics besides the classical 2-valued Boolean logic, but they’re not used as much. 16.

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## What does true and false mean in logic?

A true-false statement is **any sentence that is either true or false but not both**. A negation of a statement has the opposite meaning of a truth value. A negations is written as ~p.

## Does logic mean true?

**Logical truths are generally considered to be necessarily true**. This is to say that they are such that no situation could arise in which they could fail to be true. The view that logical statements are necessarily true is sometimes treated as equivalent to saying that logical truths are true in all possible worlds.

## How do you know if a logic statement is true or false?

*Well the hypothesis is true but the conclusion is false that the conclusion is false that means your statement is gonna be false.*

## What makes logic true?

Specifically, “a sentence is logically true **if and only if it is true in every genuinely possible configuration of the world**.”11 Thus, logical necessities might be explained as those propositions true in virtue of the nature of every situation, or every object and property.

## What makes a statement true or false?

**A statement is true if what it asserts is the case, and it is false if what it asserts is not the case**. For instance, the statement “The trains are always late” is only true if what it describes is the case, i.e., if it is actually the case that the trains are always late.

## What is the relationship between logic and truth?

**Logic uses the concept of TRUTH, but a very simplified one**. See Tarski’s Truth Definitions. But in order to use it, logic does not need a philosophical account of TRUTH. Logic chases truth up the tree of grammar — see Quine, academiaanalitica.files.wordpress.com/2016/10/…

## How do you know if the truth value is true or false?

In this way, the conjunction itself has its own truth value which is distinct from each of the conditions contained within (ie one of the conditions may be true, but the value of the conjunction is false).

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P | Q | P AND Q |
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FALSE | TRUE | FALSE |

FALSE | FALSE | FALSE |

## What is a statement that is either true or false in mathematics?

Brielfy **a mathematical statement** is a sentence which is either true or false. It may contain words and symbols. For example “The square root of 4 is 5″ is a mathematical statement (which is, of course, false).

## What type of statements are either both true or false?

In mathematics, two statements that are either both true or both false are said to be equivalent. If the two statements are **A and B**, one might also say A if and only if B, or A iff B for short.

## Can something be true and false?

**Dialetheism (from Greek δι- di- ‘twice’ and ἀλήθεια alḗtheia ‘truth’) is the view that there are statements which are both true and false**. More precisely, it is the belief that there can be a true statement whose negation is also true. Such statements are called “true contradictions”, dialetheia, or nondualisms.

## Is a statement that is always true?

A statement which is always true is called **a tautology**. A statement which is always false is called a contradiction. For example, p ∧ (¬p) is a contradiction, while p ∨ (¬p) is a tautology.

## What do you call the statements that are assumed to be true and do not need proof?

**A postulate** is a statement that is assumed true without proof. A theorem is a true statement that can be proven.

## What principle assumes a true statement?

**Mathematical Induction** is a technique of proving a statement, theorem or formula which is thought to be true, for each and every natural number n. By generalizing this in form of a principle which we would use to prove any mathematical statement is ‘Principle of Mathematical Induction’.

## What is a true statement that can be proven?

**A fact** is a statement that can be verified. It can be proven to be true or false through objective evidence.

## What is a statement that is assumed to be true?

Statements which are assumed to be true without mathematical proof are said to be **axioms**.

## Which refers to a sequence of true facts in a logical order?

**Proof** – is a sequence of TRUE factsstatements placed in a logical order.

## What is a statement needs to be proven first before accepted as true?

**A theorem** is a statement that has been proven to be true based on axioms and other theorems. A proposition is a theorem of lesser importance, or one that is considered so elementary or immediately obvious, that it may be stated without proof.

## What is a logical argument in which each statement you make is backed up by a statement that is accepted as true?

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A | B |
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Theorem | A statement or conjecture that can be proven true by undefined terms, definitions, and postulates |

Proof |
A logical argument in which each statement you make is supported by a statement that is accepted as true |

Conjecture | Educated guess based on known information |

## What is a logical argument that uses deductive reasoning to show that a statement is true?

One of the most common types of deductive reasoning is **a syllogism**. Syllogism refers to two statements—a major and a minor statement—join to form a logical conclusion. The two accurate statements mean that the statement will likely be true for all additional premises of that category.

## Which term refers to a logical argument in which each statement is supported or justified by given information definition axioms postulates and theorems?

**THEOREM**. It is a logical argument in which each statement is supported/ justified by given information, definitions, axioms, postulates, theorems, and previously proven statements.