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Resource type Boolean 01: Boolean Operations
A video tutorial introducing the basic Boolean operations/logic gates and their truth tables. There are 8 videos in the Boolean series. This resource has been contributed under a Creative Commons licence to the mathcentre Community Project by Eva Szatmari and Catherine Griffiths, Birkbeck College, University of London and reviewed by Gill Whitney, Middlesex University. It is one of a series of 20 video resources funded by a sigma Resource Development grant.
Resource type Boolean 02: The laws of Boolean logic
A video tutorial introducing the basic laws of logic i.e. double negative, idempotent, identity etc. There are 8 videos in the Boolean series. This resource has been contributed under a Creative Commons licence to the mathcentre Community Project by Eva Szatmari and Catherine Griffiths, Birkbeck College, University of London and reviewed by Gill Whitney, Middlesex University. It is one of a series of 20 video resources funded by a sigma Resource Development grant.
Resource type Boolean 03: More laws of Boolean logic
A video tutorial on further laws of logic i.e. absorption, implication etc. There are 8 videos in the Boolean series. This resource has been contributed under a Creative Commons licence to the mathcentre Community Project by Eva Szatmari and Catherine Griffiths, Birkbeck College, University of London and reviewed by Gill Whitney, Middlesex University. It is one of a series of 20 video resources funded by a sigma Resource Development grant.
Resource type Boolean 04: Simplifying logical expressions
A video tutorial introducing Boolean expressions and how to apply the laws of logic to simlify Boolean expressions. There are 8 videos in the Boolean series. This resource has been contributed under a Creative Commons licence to the mathcentre Community Project by Eva Szatmari and Catherine Griffiths, Birkbeck College, University of London and reviewed by Gill Whitney, Middlesex University. It is one of a series of 20 video resources funded by a sigma Resource Development grant.
Resource type Boolean 05: Simple truth tables
A video tutorial on how to build up truth tables and how to fill them correctly for simple Boolean expressions, which only use two inputs. There are 8 videos in the Boolean series. This resource has been contributed under a Creative Commons licence to the mathcentre Community Project by Eva Szatmari and Catherine Griffiths, Birkbeck College, University of London and reviewed by Gill Whitney, Middlesex University. It is one of a series of 20 video resources funded by a sigma Resource Development grant.
Resource type Boolean 06: More simple truth tables
A video tutorial on simple truth tables which uses three inputs. There are 8 videos in the Boolean series. This resource has been contributed under a Creative Commons licence to the mathcentre Community Project by Eva Szatmari and Catherine Griffiths, Birkbeck College, University of London and reviewed by Gill Whitney, Middlesex University. It is one of a series of 20 video resources funded by a sigma Resource Development grant.
Resource type Boolean 07: Complex truth tables
A video tutorial on using truth tables to prove logical equivalence of Boolean expressions and introducing more complex Boolean expressions and their truth tables, using two and three different outputs. There are 8 videos in the Boolean series. This resource has been contributed under a Creative Commons licence to the mathcentre Community Project by Eva Szatmari and Catherine Griffiths, Birkbeck College, University of London and reviewed by Gill Whitney, Middlesex University. It is one of a series of 20 video resources funded by a sigma Resource Development grant.
Resource type Boolean 08: More complex truth tables
A video tutorial on truth tabes for complex Boolean expressions using three and four different outputs. There are 8 videos in the Boolean series. This resource has been contributed under a Creative Commons licence to the mathcentre Community Project by Eva Szatmari and Catherine Griffiths, Birkbeck College, University of London and reviewed by Gill Whitney, Middlesex University. It is one of a series of 20 video resources funded by a sigma Resource Development grant.

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