 A truth table, also known as a logic chart or a tabular verification of a logical expression, is a mathematical table used in logic and computer science to evaluate the truth-value of a given expression. It consists of columns and rows that display the possible combinations of the expression with the associated values of the expression.

A truth table is used to determine if a compound statement is true or false. It is composed of the independent and dependent variables which are given to show how they affect the output. These variables are written in the first row of the table with each column representing different possible combinations of the variables. Subsequent rows then represent the truth values of the statement. A truth table is read left-to-right and top-to-bottom, with the columns representing the statement and the rows the results.

Truth tables are used in conjunction with logical expressions to analyze the validity of an argument or statement. In the context of computers and electronics, a truth table is an invaluable way of determining the behavior of a specific circuit. It is also used in Boolean algebra, which is a system of algebra used to analyze and design logic circuits.

Truth tables are a valuable tool in logic design and are used to analyze the behavior of a given system. They are used to evaluate multiple logical operators, Boolean equations, and algebraic proofs. Truth tables are essential to the understanding of expression logic, simplifying complex Boolean expressions, and simplifying logical equations. 