## What is a contradiction statement?

A contradictory statement is one that says two things that cannot both be true. An example: My sister is jealous of me because I’m an only child. Contradictory is related to the verb contradict, which means to say or do the opposite, and contrary, which means to take an opposite view.

### Is contradiction always false?

A contradiction is something that is always false, regardless of it’s truth values.

**What is tautology and contradiction in discrete mathematics?**

A compound proposition that is always true for all possible truth values of the propositions is called a tautology. • A compound proposition that is always false is called a contradiction. • A proposition that is neither a tautology nor contradiction is called a contingency.

**What is contradiction statement?**

A statement that is always false is known as a contradiction. Example: Show that the statement p ∧∼p is a contradiction.

## What is tautology and contradiction in mathematics?

1. A compound statement which is always true is called a tautology , while a compound statement which is always false is called a contradiction . 🔗

### What are examples of contradictions?

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**What is the difference between identity and contradiction?**

What is conditional identity and contradiction? A conditional equation is true for certain values of the variable and false for others. This equation is only true on the condition that x = 5. Contradictions. A contradiction is never true. It is false for every value of the variable. What is a conditional identity?

**What is an example of contradictory?**

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## What does contradiction mean?

noun. The definition of contradiction is a statement that is different than another statement. An example of a contradiction is when a witness’s second statement changes the details of what they said they saw during a crime in their first statement. Is zero a positive integer?