How to solve the disjunction of two statements problems: its truth values, examples, and their solutions.
p ∨ q is the disjunction of p and q.
It means 'p or q'.
So p ∨ q is true
if either p or q is true.
This is the difference between
the truth value of a conjunction: p ∧ q.
'p: 5 is a positive number' is true.
So 'p ∨ q' is true.
You don't need to find the truth value of q,
because 'p is true' is enough to make p ∨ q true.
'q: 1 + 1 = 3' is false.
'r: 2 > 9' is false.
So 'q ∧ r' is false.