Definition:Truth Table/Row

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A row of a truth table is one of the horizontal lines that consists of instances of the symbols $T$ and $F$.

Each row contains the truth values of each of the boolean interpretations of the statement forms according to the propositional variables that comprise them.

There are as many rows in a truth table as there are combinations of $T$ and $F$ for all the propositional variables that constitute the statement forms.