In this video, we introduce operator precedence. An expression such as a ⋀ b ⋁ c, without parentheses, could represent either (a ⋀ b) ⋁ c or a ⋀ (b ⋁ c). To specify which we mean, we either need to add the parentheses, or rely on rule of precedence.
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