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Ty and William: Thanks for your thoughts! These are helpful!
To clarify: The struggle comes when they realize there are multiple ways to write out the statement in symbolic form.
My 8th grade students really struggle with the inclusive or (vel). It's an onging issue. We always come back to our examples we devised for ourselves: "We offer paper or plastic; we take cash or check." (Of course, a store offers both paper and plastic, but the customer chooses one; the cash or check example is similar.) So they understand it in theory, but when we apply it in symbolic logic, it gets disastrous. Help!! Any ideas?
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