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# Supply the proof that a 1\ b = a implies a v b = b, which was omitted from the proof

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Problem 64.12

Supply the proof that a 1\ b = a implies a v b = b, which was omitted from the proof ofTheorem 64.1.

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Math 116: Truth Tables. Truth table: a chart consisting of all possible combinations of the clauses in the statement Examples: PRETEND P= a 21 on the ACT and Q= a 3.0 g.p.a P Q PQ T T T T F T F T T F F F Logical symbols: Connector Symbol and  Or  If-then  negation  P Q PQ T T T T F F F

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