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Logical implication

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Propositional Logic 4: Implication and Equivalence

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Types of Logical Implication - lecture 57/ discrete mathematics

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Implication (Propositional Logic)

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Propositional Logic 4: Implication and Equivalence

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Propositional Logic: A only if B

The circle on the left bounds all members of set , and the one on the right bounds all members of set . The red area describes all members for which the material conditional is true, and the white area describes all members for which it is false. The material conditional differs significantly from a natural language's "if...then..." statement. It is only false when both the antecedent is true and the consequent is false.]]
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