# Create three simple propositions that you know to be true, and three simple propositions that you know

## Question:

Create three simple propositions that you know to be true, and three simple propositions that you know to be false. Then select letters to represent these six simple propositions, and combine these letters in various ways to produce five compound propositions. Finally, use the rules for the logical operators to determine the truth value of the five compound propositions (as in Part III of this exercise).

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## A Concise Introduction to Logic

**ISBN:** 978-1305958098

13th edition

**Authors:** Patrick J. Hurley, Lori Watson