Java Questions and Propositions

A proposition is a meaningful declarative statement that is generally considered to be true or false.

This page contains a listing of facts of information in the universe. This particular set of facts is related to the Java programming language. This set of statements is generally considered to be true or false.

Random Question and Answer

There are 6 facts in this fact database.
jq0: What is 2 + 3? / 2 + 3 = 5 - It is true that 2 + 3 = 5
jq1: What are all living things composed of? / All living things are composed of cells - It is true that all living things are composed of cells
jq2: What is number theory? / Number theory is a field of mathematics that deals with the study of natural numbers. - It is true that number theory is the study of natural numbers
jq3: What is set theory? / Set theory is a field of mathematics that deals with the study of sets. A set is a collection of objects - It is true that set theory is a field of mathematics that deals with the study of sets
jq4: When was Alan Turing born? / Alan Turing was born in 1912 in England - It is true that Alan Turing was born in 1912
jq5: Is Socrates mortal? / All humans are mortal. Socrates is human. Socrates is mortal - It is true that Socrates is mortal

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