A. NotesBoolean expressions such as !A && !(B && !C) are called compound boolean expressions since !, && or || are used to connect multiple boolean variables.We can build a truth table to find out what ordered pairs or triples will make a compound boolean expression true (or false).When evaluating a compound boolean expression, it's a good practice to evaluate one part at a time.B. HWs1. What ordered pair(s) will make the following boolean expressions false?A || ! B!(A&&B) || A2. What ordered triple(s) will make the following boolean expressions true?!A || !B || !C!(A || B || C)!(A && B && C)3. Assume that both a and b are integers. Will "a > b and b < 0" make the following boolean expression always true?!(a <= b) && (a * b > 0)4. Given that a, b, and c are integers, consider the boolean expression(a < b) || !((c == a * b) && (c < a))which of the following will guarantee that the expression is true?(A) c < a is false.(B) c < a is true.(C) a < b is false.(D) c == a * b is true.(E) c == a * b is true, and c < a is true.