I don't have a very strong background in formal logic, so I'm no expert in this field. According to some websites, there are three "types" of statements:
- Simple statements (e.g "it is raining" or "the dog is red")
- Compound statements (e.g "it is raing and the dog is red")
- If-then statements (e.g "if it is raining then the dog is red")
Is there a formal definition of a type of statement? Are they all just special cases of something? Are these really all of them? Sorry if my question sounds a bit vague, but I'm just wondering if theres a statement that doesn't fit into these three types.