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|Bill Foster||said||Ready to use||1 year, 8 months ago|
|Truth tables 3 (v2)-||Ready to use||Newcastle University Mathematics and Statistics||20/11/2019 14:51|
|Truth tables 3||draft||Marie Nicholson||04/02/2019 22:04|
|Louise's copy of Marie's copy of Truth tables 3 (v2)-||draft||Louise Lynch||25/01/2018 17:14|
|Luis's copy of Truth tables 3 (v2)-||draft||Luis Hernandez||30/11/2018 00:55|
|Luis's copy of Truth tables 3 (v2)-||draft||Luis Hernandez||30/11/2018 01:00|
|Tablas de verdad 3 (v2)||Ready to use||Luis Hernandez||23/01/2019 12:36|
|Truth Table 4 (Randomisation Cancelled)||draft||Johnny Yi||30/04/2019 06:38|
|Simon's copy of Truth tables 3 (v2)-||draft||Simon Thomas||27/01/2020 13:43|
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- Propositions and Truth Tables by Newcastle University Mathematics and Statistics in Content created by Newcastle University.
- Marie's copy of Propositions and Truth Tables by Marie Nicholson in Marie's workspace.
- MATH6057 Logic by Catherine Palmer in MATH6057.
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- 101MP 2019 - Logic Week 6 by Mark Hodds in 101MP 2018.
- Propositions and Truth Tables by Marie Nicholson in Marie's Logic workspace.
- CMPU1018 Propositional Logic Quiz 4 by Blathnaid Sheridan in Blathnaid's workspace.