# Inclusive disjunction facts for kids

For the other uses, see Disjunction.

**Inclusive disjunction** (also called **or**) is a logic operation. It normally takes two truth values as inputs and returns one truth value as output. It is false when both inputs are false, but is true otherwise. It is written with the symbol .

In general, given two propositions and , is true if is true, or if is true, or if both and are true.

This is different from the exclusive disjunction, which asserts "either *x* or *y*, but not both".

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