|ADJ || false | falser | falsest |
|SYNO ||assumed | delusive | faithlessly | ...|
ADJ positive | comparative | superlative
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- False memories result from persistent beliefs, suggestions via authority figures, or statements of false information.
- They are true/false statements, as would mean false.
- False negatives and false positives are significant issues in medical testing.
- The ninth commandment (alphabets 354-362) discusses all kinds of false witnesses, including false prophets.
- Pseudo-mythology should not be confused with the term "false mythology" in the derogatory meanings of "false beliefs" or "false/fabricated stories".
- Mithyātva is an important concept on false knowledge in Jainism. The Jaina scholar Hemachandra defined mithyātva as "belief in false divinities, false gurus and false scriptures".
- Polage showed that some participants exposed to false news stories would go on to have false memories.
- The common false moray, false moray, grey reef eel, or plain false moray, ("Kaupichthys diodontus"), is an eel in the family Chlopsidae.
- "Siphonaria gigas", common name the giant false limpet, is a species of air-breathing sea snail or false limpet, a marine pulmonate gastropod mollusc in the family Siphonariidae, the false limpets.
- When all inputs are false, the output is false.
- "Sorbaria sorbifolia", the false spiraea, is a species of flowering plant in the family Rosaceae.
- Serious issues arise when recovered but false memories result in public allegations; false complaints carry serious consequences for the accused.
- Another possible case sets P as false and Q as true. Thus, P∧Q is false and P→(P∧Q) is false; false→false is true.
- While false memory research is still in early development, the application of FTT in false memory has been able to apply to real world settings; FTT has been effective in explaining multiple phenomena of false memory.
- The false positive rate (or "false alarm rate") usually refers to the expectancy of the false positive ratio, expressed by [...].
- Another example is Dunn's 4-valued logic, in which "false" < "neither-true-nor-false" < "true" and "false" < "both-true-and-false" < "true", while "neither-true-nor-false" and "both-true-and-false" are not comparable.
- Truth tables for if-then statements identify four unique combinations of premises and conclusions: true premises and true conclusions; false premises and true conclusions; true premises and false conclusions; false premises and false conclusions.
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