# Traveling With Boolean Logic Part 2: And Gates

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Subject(s): Science
Intended Audience: Students
Keywords: boolean, logic , logic gates, temperature, precipitation, humidity, relative humidity, convert, convert units of measurment, and logic, rain guage, elevation, location, Celsius, centimeters, Florida, Florida Everglades, latitude, input, output, true, false, possibility, equator, north hemisphere, south hemisphere, north, south, Earth, coding, computer science, conversions, AND logic
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