Negation  NOT and Conjunction  AND Worksheets
What Are Conjunction and Negation Statements? Logic is a representation of a mathematical statement that involves expressions in which the series of statements must be true. Each statement is interlinked and logically true. A conjunction statement in logic is a compound sentence. It contains a word and two simple sentences. The symbol for conjunction is ^^, and it is read as 'and.' It is used to join two simple sentences. In logic, a conjunction is a compound sentence formed by the word and to join two simple sentences, for example, p and q. it is represented as p ^^ q. A negation statement is a symbolization of the statement, which is not true. The negation of p is p and is read as not p. It represents that the statement is not true. The '' is not a connective, but it is a denotation for the representation of the statement. Table for the negation is as follows: It represents the correctness of logic to appear true or false. Such as; The negation of ¬p is the statement with the opposite truth value as ¬p. ¬(¬p) is the same as p. The negation of p ^ q asserts, "it is not the case that p and q are both true." Thus, ¬(p ^ q) is true exactly when one or both of p and q is false. That is when ¬p ⤓ ¬q is true. However, ¬(p ⤓ q) can be seen to the same as ¬p ^ ¬q.

Basic Lesson
Demonstrates the concept of basic truth values and negation when given known statements. What is the truthvalue of this sentence? "Triangles do not have four sides." Under negation, TRUE becomes FALSE, and FALSE becomes TRUE. The sentence is a negation of the sentence "Triangles do have four sides." This sentence is FALSE. The original sentence  "Triangles do not have four sides." – will have the opposite truthvalue, so it is TRUE.
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Intermediate Lesson
Shows students how to determine truth values for word based statements using AND. What is the truthvalue of the statement? "9 + 4 = 13 and 5 is a prime number." A conjunction is true when both claims are true.
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Independent Practice 1
Contains a mixture of problems using negation and conjunction. Students must determine the truth value.
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Independent Practice 2
Features truth value questions with assorted concepts. Students concentrate on negation and conjunction.
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Homework Worksheet
Features 6 negation and conjunction problems; students must determine the truthvalue.
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Skill Quiz
10 truth value questions that include negation and conjunction. Scoring matrix is provided.
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A little logic in your day...
Question: A meat cutter at the butchering department at the local grocery store is six feet, two inches tall. So, how much does the meat cutter weight? Answer: He weighs meat! It's his job!