### The Maxima on-line user's manual

Algebra Calculator

#### True

-- Constant: true `true` represents the Boolean constant of the same name. Maxima implements `true` by the value `T` in Lisp.

```(%o1)                                true
(%i2) ```

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numer,true;

b=10^(-7)*2;

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##### true

f:(a0 and a2);

f,a2=false,a1=false,a...

f,a2=false,a1=false,a...

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##### true

/*Solstice c \n*/f: a...

f, a3 = false, a2 = f...

f, a3 = false, a2 = f...

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##### true

F0: not a2 and a1 a...

F0, a3=false,a2=false...

F0, a3=false,a2=false...

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##### true

I1: ONE or TWO or THR...

X2: NINE;

I1, ONE = true;

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##### true

f:(not a and b and c ...

f,a=false,b=false,c=f...

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##### true

t1: not a0 and not a1...

t2: not a0 and not a1...

x2: t1 or t2;

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##### true

f: not b and not c an...

f,a=false, b=false, c...

f,a=false, b=false, c...

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##### true

f: A or (not B and D)...

f, A=false, B=false, ...

f, A=false, B=false, ...

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##### true

f:(a and b and c and d);

f,a=false,b=false,c=f...

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