02 Sept 2023

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09 Dec 2022

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# Resolved:Issues in understanding the Boolean logic

In my understanding all the options are Boolean logic. Can someone elaborate why Big and Small was the correct answer for the above question which I didn't understand it.

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15 Dec 2022

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Big and Small is the correct answer precisely because it is the wrong pair of values that DOES NOT match the Boolean logic

Instructor
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17 Dec 2022

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Hi Gaurav and Aura!

Thanks for reaching out.

@Aura: Thank you very much for providing an answer to Gaurav's question!
Good luck and please feel free to post another question should you encounter any difficulties. Thank you.

Best,
Martin,
The 365 Team

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09 Apr 2023

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Instructor
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17 May 2023

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HI Dome!

Thanks for reaching out.

Please check once again what you are being asked about in the question, then retry doing it. Thank you.

Hope this helps.
Kind regards,
Martin

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30 Aug 2023

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Please explain in detail why 'On and Off' is incorrect, because I do not recognize why the answer is wrong. I did not catch the logic behind that answer.

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02 Sept 2023

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Boolean is about True and False so the first one is correct. It is represented in computers by 1 as True and 0 as False so the second pair is also correct. Moreover, computers have small transistors inside that work with boolean logic. If a transistor carry True value, it turns "ON" and it turns "OFF" if it carries False value (Find how computers work on youtube and you may understand a bit more). Big and Small may be a pair of opposite values in English but they got nothing to do with when we're talking about Boolean logic of the computer. So the wrong answer pair is Big and Small. The pairs of answers such as "Tall and Short" "Smart and Stupid" would also be the wrong answer pairs if they were here.