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On mathematical statements, a logical operator (or connective) is a word or combination of words that joins one or more mathematical statements to form a new mathematical statement. The term "compound statement" refers to a statement that includes one or more operators. Only when both P and Q are true is the statement PQ true.

On mathematical statements, a logical operator (or connective) is a word or combination of words that joins one or more mathematical statements to form a new mathematical statement. The term "compound statement" refers to a statement that includes one or more operators. Only when both P and Q are true is the statement PQ true.

A logical operation is a symbol or word that joins two or more information phrases. It's most commonly used to see if a link between two phrases is true or untrue.... These operations are known as boolean operations.

Tilde, dot, wedge, horseshoe, and triple bar are the five logical operator symbols.

Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division are the four operations in elementary algebra, while there are only three in Boolean algebra: AND is a binary operator that returns 1 if and only if both operands are 1, and 0 otherwise. The AND operation will be denoted by the letter ".

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