As much as I do recall, the question went like this:
A is FALSE
B is TRUE
C is FALSE
Referring to the above information, if “AND” means a compound statement is true only if both statements are true, and “OR” is a compound statement if either is true, which of the following statements must be true?
- (A OR B) OR C
- (A AND B) OR C
- (A AND B) AND C
- (A OR B) AND C
- A AND (B OR C)
My comment: I just can’t see the logic in this albeit it may appear to be dazzlingly simple and straight-forward to some. Would anyone please point out the solution and explain a little?
All I know is that if a statement is FALSE AND TRUE, the compound statement is inconclusive. Right?