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conjuction
only true when p and q are true
disjunction
only true when either p is true q is true or both are true
conditional
true in every case except when p is true and q is false
biconditional
only true when p and q have the same truth value, when both are either true or false.
self contradiction
compound state that is always false
tautology
compund statement that is always true
implication
conditional statement that is a tautology
equivalent
if both statements have the same truth values in the answer columns of the truth tables
valid argument
its conclusion necessarily follows from a given set of premises
invalid argument
when conclusion does not necessarily follow given set of premises.