# Traveling With Boolean Logic Part 3: OR Gates

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Subject(s): Science
Intended Audience: Students
Keywords: logic, logic gates, truth table, boolean, function, temperature, computer, computer science, biome, variable, relational operators, temperate, grasslands, prairie, storage, input, output, true, false, animals, rivers, data, southerly, northerly, westerly, easterly, winds
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