What Are Logic Truth Values? We live in a world where logic is everything. You cannot solve even a simple addition problem without logic behind it. However, when you are learning about the truth value of any scenario, you need to keep one major thing in your mind. The answer will be either true or false. There is no in between, and there is no such thing as no answer or both answers. A statement in logic is usually built around statements using logic connectives. Thus, the truth/false answer of any statement depends on these connectives. After you've learned the concepts of logic truth values, you'll start to perform operations by using the truth tables.
Over the course of our logic worksheet collection we have covered disjunction, conditionals, and biconditionals by themselves. These worksheets also work on the AND and Or conditional statements. The major theme here is to provide you with a series of logic review lessons and worksheets. We also introduce the concept of open sentences. An open sentence just means that an unknown variable is present in the sentence and we do not clearly know the truth value because of that missing value. Your students will use the following worksheets to learn about various truth values. Activities include disjunctions, conditionals, and biconditionals, negations, conjunctions, determining the truth value of open sentences, truth tables, and more.