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Mathematics-Online course: Basic Mathematics - Propositional Logic | ||

## Statement |

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A statement is a verbal expression that is either true or false, i.e. that is uniquely assigned one of the two truth values t (true) or f (false) respectively.

We use capital letters as symbols for statements, such as

description

Statements can be joined using logical operators.
Basic mathematical statements that cannot be derived from other statements are called axioms.
(Authors: Höllig/Kimmerle/Abele)

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