Difference between revisions of "Propositional calculus"

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'''Propositional calculus''' is the study of logical propositions, that is, logical statements that might or might not be true under various interpretations. A good deal of the study concerns how to prove theorems in symbolic logic.
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'''Propositional calculus''' is the study of [[logic]]al propositions, that is, logical statements that might or might not be true under various interpretations. A good deal of the study concerns how to prove theorems in symbolic logic.
 
[[Lewis Carroll]] wrote a book on it for young students.  
 
[[Lewis Carroll]] wrote a book on it for young students.  
  
 
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Propositional calculus is the study of logical propositions, that is, logical statements that might or might not be true under various interpretations. A good deal of the study concerns how to prove theorems in symbolic logic. Lewis Carroll wrote a book on it for young students.