Statements are necessarily true (in some system of logic) **in virtue of the meaning of their logical connectives, irrespective of their constituents**. E.g., the sentence-form “not both p and not-p” is necessarily true in standard propositional logic. Regardless of what sentence you substitute for “p”, it will be true.

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## What is a logically necessary truth?

When something is logically necessary, **it is true by definition**. These can also be called analytic truths. If we can prove that something is true because “it could not be otherwise,” then it is logically necessary.

## What makes a statement true in logic?

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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 a statement that is both 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.

## What is the meaning of necessarily true?

Necessarily True means **the statement is always True** , but it is not the case with not necessarily true which means statement may not be true in some cases . For example , ” A bachelor is an unmarried man ” is necessarily true because by the definition of bachelor it always holds true .

## Can something be not true and not false?

In the classical logic **something is neither true nor false if it is grammatically malformed to have a truth value**, so 2+5 or “x is blue” are not “true”, but not “false” either, they are not truth-apt.

## Is every statement either true or false?

**every statement is either true or false**; these two possibilities are called truth values. An argument in which it is claimed that the conclusion follows necessarily from the premises. In other words, it is claimed that under the assumption that the premises are true it is impossible for the conclusion to be false.

## Which of the following is not logical statement?

**Plants are living objects** is not a statement of logic.

## What are the 5 logical operators?

There are five logical operator symbols: **tilde, dot, wedge, horseshoe, and triple bar**.

## Does 0 mean true or false?

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**Zero is used to represent false**, and One is used to represent true. For interpretation, Zero is interpreted as false and anything non-zero is interpreted as true. To make life easier, C Programmers typically define the terms “true” and “false” to have values 1 and 0 respectively.

## Is 1 True of false?

Like in C, the integers 0 (false) and 1 (**true**—in fact any nonzero integer) are used.

## What is Boolean true or false?

There are just two values of type bool: true and false. They are **used as the values of expressions that have yes-or-no answers**. C++ is different from Java in that type bool is actually equivalent to type int. Constant true is 1 and constant false is 0.

## Why is True False 1?

**In programming languages value of True is considered as 1.** **whereas false is zero**. therefore In Boolean algebra True + False=1+0=1.

## Why is zero false?

In JavaScript “0” is equal to false because “0” is of type string but when it tested for equality the automatic type conversion of JavaScript comes into effect and converts the “0” to its numeric value which is 0 and as we know 0 represents false value. So, “0” equals to false.

## Is true or false true?

As you can see from the truth table, it is only if both conditions are true that the conjunction will equate to true. If one or other or both of the conditions in the conjunction are false, then the conjunction equates to false.

AND truth table.

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

## Why is Boolean true?

**Boolean.** **TRUE is a reference to an object of the class Boolean**, while true is just a value of the primitive boolean type. Classes like Boolean are often called “wrapper classes”, and are used when you need an object instead of a primitive type (for example, if you’re storing it in a data structure).

## Which is not a Boolean expression?

There are only two boolean values. They are True and False . Capitalization is important, since **true and false** are not boolean values (remember Python is case sensitive).

## Is yes or no boolean?

By convention, we use the BOOL type for Boolean parameters, properties, and instance variables and **use YES and NO when representing literal Boolean values**. Because NULL and nil zero values, they evaluate to “false” in conditional expressions.

## Why is 1 true and 0 false?

**1 is considered to be true because it is non-zero**. The fourth expression assigns a value of 0 to i. 0 is considered to be false.

## Is the integer 0 considered true?

**0 is false** because they’re both zero elements in common semirings. Even though they are distinct data types, it makes intuitive sense to convert between them because they belong to isomorphic algebraic structures. 0 is the identity for addition and zero for multiplication.

## Is integer 0 True or false?

**Zero is not an integer** because an integer can’t be a whole number.