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U+2227, ∧
(LaTeX: \wedge, \land)
LOGICAL AND

[U+2226]
Mathematical Operators
[U+2228]

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Etymology[edit]

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Symbol[edit]

or (English symbol name wedge)

  1. (mathematics, logic) The conjunction operator, forming a Boolean-valued function, typically with two arguments, returning true only if all of its arguments are true.
  2. (mathematics) wedge product
  3. (topology) smash product
  4. (chiefly algebra and order theory) meet, infimum

Synonyms[edit]

  • (conjunction): AND, &
  • (meet): (rare in algebra) inf

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