# Logical negation

operation that takes a proposition p to another proposition "not p", written ¬p, which is interpreted intuitively as being true when p is false, and false when p is true; unary (single-argument) logical connective

Logical negation (also known as not) is a logic operation. For a proposition ${\displaystyle P}$, its negation is written as ${\displaystyle \neg P}$.[1] It takes one input. It flips the value of the input as the output. If the input was true, it returns false; If the input was false, it returns true.[2][3]

## References

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