These worksheets will teach your students how to construct truth tables according to logical conjunctions.

As the word indicates conjunctions are used to connect two thoughts in a statement or two different statements. The word AND is used to connect the two statements and make them one. The symbol (^) is used to signify a conjunction. Conjunctions are only true when both of its parts are true. If one of the two parts is false, then the conjunction is false. Similar to arithmetic operators, which give us a new answer when applied between two operands, logical operators also give us a similar answer. Termed as logical connectives, these operators make a compound statement of either true or false. One of them is conjunctions. Conjunction in actual terms means "and"; in other words, you can only get a true if all statements are true. If not, then it's false. Let's take an example of "Shawn will only pass if he studies." p is the prospect of Shawn studying and q is him passing his exams.

p q p ^ q

These worksheets explains how to construct truth tables according to the given logical conjunctions. Students will use these conjunctions to determine value across each cell.

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Conjunctions (Using Logic Tables) Worksheets

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Conjunctions Using Logic Tables Lesson and Practice

The statement of "^" symbolizes logical conjunction; a compound statement formed with this connective is true only if both of the component statements between which it occurs are true.


Students will use the conjunctions provided to construct truth tables and interpret them. In truth table the original component statements between which it occurs are true, than the statement is true.


Students will construct truth tables using the conjunctions and complete it all the way through. Ten problems are provided.

Review and Practice Page 1

This worksheet reviews how to solve the problem: Make a truth table for the statement: O ^ P.

Review and Practice Page 2

This worksheet reviews how to construct truth tables using conjunctions. Six practice problems are provided.


Students demonstrate their proficiency with constructing conjunction based truth tables according to the given terms. Ten problems are provided.


Students will get one last go with conjunction and present it to make sense for them. Three problems are provided, and space is included for students to copy the correct answer when given.