"Conjunction used in logic" Crossword Clue

Author: Olivia Langford
Last Updated: 31 Dec 2023

"Conjunction used in logic" NYT crossword answer is:

NOR (3 letters length)

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The New York Times crossword clue for December 31, 2023 is "Conjunction used in logic." This clue is referring to the logical connective, or conjunction, which is used to join two statements together in a logical argument. A conjunction is a word or phrase that is used to connect two clauses or sentences together. Commonly used conjunctions in logic include "and," "or," "if," and "but." These conjunctions are used to form logical statements and arguments, and are essential for understanding and constructing logical arguments.

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