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Row 1: the two statements could both be true. In this case, it would make sense that “p and q” is also a true statement. Row 2: p could be false while q is true. For “p and q” to be true, we would need BOTH statements to be true. Since one is false, “p and q” is false. Row 3: p could be true while q is false. The formula in cell D6 is: = IF( B6 = "red","x","") In this formula, the logical test is this bit: B6 = "red". This will return TRUE if the value in B6 is "red" and FALSE if not. Since we want to mark or flag red items, we only need to take action when the result of the test is TRUE. In this case, we are simply adding an "x" to column D if when.
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If a truth-functional statement consists of n variables, then that statement is inconsistent if all of the 2 n possible combinations of values for those n variables result in the. Question. Determine whether the following statement is true or false. Explain. The graph of f (x) = −x5 is a reflection in the x -axis of the graph of g(x) = x5 . Choose the correct answer below. A. False, because the graph of y = −f (x) is a reflection in the y -axis of the graph of y = f (x) . B. True, because the graph of y = f (−x) is.
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If you want to test data based on several multiple conditions then you have to apply both And & Or functions at a single point in time. For example, Situation 1: If column D>=20 and column E>=60. Situation 2: If column D>=15 and column E>=60. If any of the situations met, then the candidate is passed, else failed. The formula is.
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Here, bool is the keyword denoting the data-type and var_name is the variable name. A bool takes in real 1 bit, as we need only 2 different values(0 or 1). So the sizeof (var_name) will give the result as 1 i.e. 1byte is required to store a boolean value and other 7 bits will be stuffed with 0 values.. Now let’s see a small example to understand the application of boolean data. V. TRUE or FALSE. Write TRUE if the statement is correct and FALSE if it is incorrect. 1. A is a subset of A. 3 € {1, 2, 3} 2. {1, 2, 3) is a subset of (1, - 29349554.
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