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The rand() function tells the srand() function to produce a true random number every time it is executed. True False
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User: The rand() function tells the srand() function to produce a true random number every time it is executed. True False

Weegy: The rand() function tells the srand() function to produce a true random number every time it is executed. TRUE.
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User: Boolean algebra commonly uses three operators (and, or, and not) to manipulate two values (true and false). True False

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Boolean algebra commonly uses three operators (and, or, and not) to manipulate two values (true and false). TRUE.
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