Logic Notations is a set of symbols which is commonly used to express logical representation.
For example, not A is represented as –
So, let’s see the latex code of Logic Notations one by one.
Logic Operators and their Latex Code –
|1. there exists at least one||\exists|
|2. there exists one and only one||\exists!|
|3. there is no||\nexists|
|4. for all||\forall|
|5. not (logical not)||\neg|
|6. or (logical or)||\lor|
|8. and (logical and)||\land|
|10. right implication||\Rightarrow|
|11. is implied by (only if)||\Longleftarrow|
|12. left implication||\Leftarrow|
|13. if and only if, iff||\iff|
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