Boolean Logical Operators

Take a look at the examples below and see if you can figure out whether or not the entire operation is true or false without running the code initially. Then run the code when you’re ready to check if you were right.

`const problemOne = true && true`

`const problemTwo = true && false`

`const problemThree = false && true && true`

`const problemFour = true && true && false`

`const problemFive = true || true`

`const problemSix = false || true`

`const problemSeven = true || true && false`

`const problemSeven = true && false || false`

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