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Logical disjunction

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Logical disjunction, also called logical alternation, is an operation on two logical values, typically the values of two propositions, that produces a value of false if and only if both of its operands are false.

A logical disjunction of propositions and may be written in various ways.  Among the most common are these:

A truth table for appears below:

A logical graph for is shown below:

Logical Graph ((P)(Q)).jpg

The traversal string of this graph is   The proposition may be taken as a Boolean function having the abstract type where is interpreted in such a way that means and means

A Venn diagram for indicates the region where is true by means of a distinctive color or shading.  In this case the region consists of three adjacent cells, as shown below:

Venn Diagram P ∨ Q 2.0.jpg


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