# Truth Table: Definition, Rules & Examples

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### Given the statements p: Bridget lives in Florida and q: Bridget drives a red car, write the compound statement 'Bridget lives in Florida and Bridget drives a red car' using the appropriate symbols.

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### 2. Select the appropriate truth table for the compound statement, 'we have a cat or we have a dog,' using the following statement variables: p: We have a cat. q: We have a dog.

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You'll be asked a series of questions related to example problems on this quiz and worksheet to showcase your awareness of truth tables.

## Quiz & Worksheet Goals

On this quiz/worksheet, you'll be able to display your knowledge of:

• If, then statements
• Compound statements
• Statement variables
• Conjunctions in statements

## Skills Practiced

• Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding different types of statements
• Interpreting information - verify that you can read information regarding truth tables and interpret it correctly

Feel free to study even more on this material with the help of our lesson called Truth Table: Definition, Rules & Examples. The point of this lesson is to leave you more versed on information such as:

• Truth table definition
• Rules of truth tables
• Conjunction, disjunction, and implication
• Statement negation
• The construction of truth tables
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