- Mathematically Acceptable Statement
A sentence is called a mathematically acceptable statement if it is either true or false, but not both.
We denote statements by small letters p, q, r,s, etc.
Example: Consider the following sentences:
- “Complete your homework.”
It is not a statement as it is an order.
- “I can’t wait to open my present!”
It is not a statement as it is an exclamatory sentence.
- “The value of iota is –1.”
It is a statement. Since we know that , the given sentence is false.
- “He is going to America.”
It is not a statement as in this sentence we do not know who “he” is.
- “The number 0 is the smallest whole number.”
It is a statement as this sentence is always true.
- “Do you have internet at your home?”
It is not a statement as it is a question.
- “The probability of getting a head when a coin …
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