You will find that attending tutorials is a great way to improve your assessment outcomes, because it gives you a chance to practice the sorts of activities you need to do for the assessment, and to receive feedback on your efforts.
The idea is to choose a statement that you do in fact believe.
But CTW would write it with brackets, like this: (A&B).
As long as you keep this slight difference of notation in mind, the CTW website is very useful.) – Symbolic representation: There is an excellent online generator of random truth-table problems on the California State University website.
You may contact me ([email protected]) for approval of an alternative statement if you do not feel you can do the activity with one of the options below.
We will have a go at a version of this activity in tutorials the week before it is due.