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Let p represent a statement having a truth value T, q represent a statement having a truth value F, and r represent a statement having a truth value T. Find the truth value for the following:






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Here are the basic boolean operators:

~ is logical NOT

~T=F (not true is false)
~F=T (not false is true)

^ is logical AND

F^F=F (false and false is false)
F^T=F (false and true is false)
T^F=F (true ...

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