## Theoretical Computer Science Cheat Sheet

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Boolean logic, or Boolean algebra as it is called today, was developed by an English mathematician, George Boole, in the 19th century. He based his concepts on the assumption that most quantities have two possible conditions - TRUE and FALSE. This is the same theory you were introduced to at the beginning of this chapter. Throughout our discussions of fundamental logic gates, we have mentioned Boolean expressions.

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