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problem has to do with three valued logic, ie the values 1, 1/2, 0 interpreted as true, unknown, and false.

i need to establish the connectives for the 3 valued logic, construct truth tables for the negation, conjunction, disjunction, the conditional, and biconditional.

not good at logic stuff, let me know if you can help!

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