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The presenter demonstrates how to make a statement true by disambiguating it. He gives an example of a man who gives a woman flowers and dulce candies if she only agrees to be his girlfriend, and then asks her to consider two scenarios: one in which the two are both true, and one in which only one is true. In the first scenario, the two are both true, but in the second scenario, only one is true. The presenter concludes that the first scenario is true, and that the second scenario is not.

**00:00:00**In this video, the creator explains how to solve tablas de verdad, or truth tables, with two propositions. The first step is to clear out any extraneous material from within the parentheses, and then work on the two propositions within the parentheses. Once those have been solved, the next step is to fill in the columns corresponding to the truth values of the negations of the two propositions. Once that is done, the creator explains how to do the conjunction, or "and," between the two propositions.**00:05:00**In this video, the author explains how the conjunction "and" works. There is no problem with which is this first, which this second. Once written, all values of truth must be found. Here is marked between these two with the conjunction "no with" and I will give you flowers and sweets. Only true if he gave the two. If so, it is only true and the two are true. These two false true no false, these are all true. Finally, we finish this video now. I put a check here because everything inside the bracket is already done. I then write my laziness not as always the lazy one, but well. Let's focus on what we're doing. First, we're going to do the conditional between this which is the first and this which is the second. Remember that the conditional is false only if the first is true and the zero. Then, we observe first false no problem. First true, we have to observe the second. True, no problem. First false, second false no problem. So, in this case, we see for the first time and in the course. They gave us all true. So, we continue observing in this order, as we did what is inside the parentheses in this**00:10:00**In this video, the presenter demonstrates how to make a statement true by disambiguating it. He gives an example of a man who gives a woman flowers and dulce candies if she only agrees to be his girlfriend, and then asks her to consider two scenarios: one in which the two are both true, and one in which only one is true. In the first scenario, the two are both true, but in the second scenario, only one is true. The presenter concludes that the first scenario is true, and that the second scenario is not.

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