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    Boolean Algebra with Conjunction and Disjunction

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    Please explain Boolean algebra with conjunction and disjunction as case studies.

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    The conjunction proposition says that "For a conjunction involving two entities, say A and B, the resulting proposition R is True iff (if and only if) both A and B are True"

    Symbolic representation of the above statement can be done like this

    R = A / B

    Note: Iff is a symbol meaning 'if and only if'.

    Considering the above ...

    Solution Summary

    Conjunction and disjunction propositions are explained with their definitions. Truth tables derived from the definitions and real life examples are given to understand these proposition. Boolean algebra is explained with conjunction and disjunction as case studies.