Is a B true?
Similarly one may ask, is true and false true?
Logical Operators: AND, OR, and NOT BOTH conditions have to evaluate to true (have to be true) before the entire expression is true. True is written: true; False is written: false; Not is written in a variety of ways.
Also, what is true and false? True or false is variously said of something that must be considered as correct (true) or incorrect (false).
Then, why false implies true is true?
So the reason for the convention 'false implies true is true' is that it makes statements like x<10→x<100 true for all values of x, as one would expect. A conditional statement p→q is false only if the hypothesis p is true and the conclusion q is false.
Is not true the same as false?
“Not true” is when cons obviously and/or significantly outweigh the pros;used when discussing opinions/options. “False” is used with facts. It's either true or false, and there's no in-between.