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If p and q are statements, then the statement ‘p and q’, denoted by pq, is the conjunction of p and q. For example, if p is ‘It is raining’ and q is ‘It is Monday’, then pq is ‘It is raining and it is Monday’. The conjunction of p and q is true only when p and q are both true, and so the truth table is as follows:

Subjects: Mathematics.

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