|4||Conditional||if - then||→||Arrow||if else|
|5||Biconditional||if and only if||↔||Double Arrow|
A truth table contain the truth value T and F.
if (p) is a statement then its nagation is (~p), if (p) is false its truth value become (~p) is true.
If (p) and (q) are statement then the conjunction is (p^q) and it is true when both (p) and (q) are true.
If either (p) or (q) are false and if both are false the result of (p^q) is false.