The order of the logic operations is...
The formulas and logic diagram illustrate this...
$$\neg A \wedge B$$ |
$$A \wedge B \vee C$$ |
In order to change the priority of the operator you use brackets. The operators enclosed by two brackets have priority...
$$\neg (A \wedge B)$$ |
$$A \wedge (B \vee C)$$ |
Comparison Arithmetic - Boolean algebra The priority rule also applies to the basic arithmetic operations, since the multiplication is executed before the addition. With bracket you also change the priority ... |