Hi Mr. Nance!

I had a student ask me a question about the biconditional in Lesson 5 of Intermediate Logic the other day that had not occurred to me. She asked for written explanation of why if both sides of the biconditional were false then the truth table was true. Conceptually I understood it because of the definition of equivalency and from working through the truth tables, but verbally, I could not give her an example. Could you give a verbal example of each possibility of true and false like you did for the conditional, disjunction, and conjunction? I told her just to memorize the truth values, but honestly it would make more sense if I could give her an example that would explain why. Thanks! Continue reading The Biconditional Truth Table