ok wait it’s almost getting there: So: If we didn’t set up the table ahead of time… …if we had one variable p, we would only have T F – two rows. Two possibilities only. But then when we add the second one, each of those get two possibilities each – but when we add a 3rd one, each of THOSE get two…

ok wait it’s almost getting there:

So: If we didn’t set up the table ahead of time…

…if we had one variable p, we would only have T F – two rows. Two possibilities only.

But then when we add the second one, each of those get two possibilities each –

but when we add a 3rd one, each of THOSE get two…

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