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### Which boolean operation is referred to as a boolean product?

AND operation is referred as a boolean product Full Answer

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AND operation is referred as a boolean product Full Answer

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No it isn't boolean. Full Answer

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what is boolean operator Full Answer

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Boolean is not a keyword in Java. boolean is. The Boolean class wraps a value of the primitive type boolean in an object. Boolean objects may be stored in a container data structure, converted from and to a String, and… Full Answer

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what is the contribution George Boolean to the development of Boolean operations Full Answer

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A Boolean variable is a variable from Boolean algebra having one of only two values. Full Answer

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The prototypical Boolean algebra; i.e. the Boolean algebra defined over the Boolean domain, has two elements in it: 0 and 1. For more information about Boolean algebra, please refer to the related link below. Full Answer

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it is a thing that indicates that a boolean is close Full Answer

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true and false Full Answer

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In a boolean algebraic expression if the ^ is replaced by v and v replaced by ^ then that becomes dual of that boolean expression. Full Answer

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boolean connectors Full Answer

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Boolean is just true or false. Full Answer

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That refers to operations such as AND, OR, XOR, NOT, and others. What they have in common is that they work on boolean variables, and produce a boolean result. A boolean variable is one that can only have one of… Full Answer

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From George Boole, founder of boolean algebra. Full Answer

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George W. Boolean. AK Full Answer

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Boolean Expression: Not A and Not B (Not A + Not B) Full Answer

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true or false Full Answer

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A Boolean is a variable that can be assigned one of two values. * True or * False It is called Boolean after George Bool who founded the use of Boolean logic in the field of computer science. Full Answer

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The term boolean comes from boolean algebra, which was invented by George Bool in 1854, and described in his work, "An Investigation of the Laws of Thought". Full Answer

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Boolean Theory is used to make Boolean Equations easier to perform. It offers theories for solving single and multiple variables. Full Answer

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J. Kuntzmann has written: 'Fundamental Boolean algebra' -- subject(s): Algebra, Boolean, Boolean Algebra Full Answer

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Boolean operators include : AND OR NAND (Not AND) NOR (Not OR) Full Answer

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AND, OR, and NOT are the basic operators in Boolean Algebra. Full Answer

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need help to simplify boolean expression Full Answer

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demorganization is used to reduce the Boolean expressions Full Answer

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Most likely it is called BOOLEAN ALGEBRA I. Full Answer

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Boolean is a 'true or false' logic in programming - if you define a function as a Boolean function, the only inputs it can have are true or false, and the output will vary dependant on the input Full Answer

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what term would be seen in Boolean search Full Answer

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George Boole invented Boolean algebra. Full Answer

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All Boolean operators are, are true or false statements. Full Answer

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Chris A. Theodore has written: 'Boolean algebra and digital computers' -- subject(s): Algebra, Boolean, Boolean Algebra, Logic circuits Full Answer

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The number of results you can get from a Boolean is two. You can either have a statement be true or false. this is because Boolean data is the result of conditional statements, which can be either true or false. Full Answer

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Boolean searches allow you to combine words and phrases using the words AND, OR, NOT and NEAR (otherwise known as Boolean operators) to limit, widen, or define your search. Most Internet search engines and Web directories default to these Boolean… Full Answer

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Denis Artem'evich Vladimirov has written: 'Boolesche Algebren [von] D.A. Vladimirov' -- subject(s): Algebra, Boolean, Boolean Algebra 'Bulevy algebry' -- subject(s): Algebra, Boolean, Boolean Algebra Full Answer

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The standard Boolean operators are AND, OR and NOT. From these, Boolean algebra derives 3 more "derived" operators--material implication, exclusive or, and equivalence. They are used to evaluate a Boolean expression. These expressions all evaluate to either TRUE or FALSE. Full Answer

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The term "Boolean" is derived from George Boole. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Boole Full Answer

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a boolean connector is something used to portray vital pieces of information Full Answer

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Boolean is a type, not an operator and can have the value of either TRUE or FALSE Full Answer

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False will be the default value of the boolean datatype in java Full Answer

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Boolean connectors include "OR," "AND," and "NOT." They may join keywords or keyword phrases. People may use Boolean connectors to refine searches when using a search engine. Full Answer

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Logical operator precedence (from highest precedent to lowest): # NOT ! # boolean AND & # boolean XOR ^ # boolean OR | # AND && # OR Full Answer

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A boolean operator is a simple word such as and, or, or not which are used to narrow or expand searches. Boolean operators are also used in programming to determine a path of action often depending on the status of… Full Answer

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Construct circuit for Boolean expression (Mention out put at each step) (PÚ~ Q) Ù (P Ú Q) Full Answer

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If you mean boolean algebra, in mathematics it refers to the subarea of algebra. In boolean algebra the values of the variables are based on true and false (truth values), denoted as 0 and 1 respectively. Full Answer