In logic "and" means that two things must both be true for the statement to be true.

Only one or the other is not enough.

Example:

When A is true and B is true then **A and B** is true

When A is false and B is true then **A and B** is false

When A is true and B is false then **A and B** is false

When A is false and B is false then **A and B** is false

Example: can we buy chocolate at the shop?

• does the shop have chocolate?

• and do we have money?

If they **do** have chocolate and we **do** have money the result is **true**.

If they **do not** have chocolate and we **do** have money the result is **false**.

If they **do** have chocolate and we **do not** have money the result is **false**.

If they **do not** have chocolate and we **do not** have money the result is **false**.