I'm given a conditional statement
~p ∨ q -> r
From what I understand, the state of r is dependent on the state of p and q. The truth table I came up with based on this is: my truth table EDIT: the r on the bottom row should be 1. That was a typo.
However, I used a truth table generator to check my answer, and I'm getting confusing results.
I fail to understand how r can have different states despite p and q remaining the same, if its conditionally dependent on them. I also don't understand where the constants on the rightmost column are being derived from. Wouldn't they be the same as r?
Am I just using the online truth table tools wrong?