Category:Logical NAND

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This category contains results about Logical NAND in the context of Propositional Logic.
Definitions specific to this category can be found in Definitions/Logical NAND.

NAND (that is, not and), is a binary connective, written symbolically as $p \uparrow q$, whose behaviour is as follows:

$p \uparrow q$

is defined as:

it is not the case that $p$ and $q$ are both true.

$p \uparrow q$ is voiced:

$p$ nand $q$

Also see

Category:Logical NOR