You changed the crystal clear (although perhaps inelegant) table
A B A and B A or B False False False False False Unknown False Unknown False True False True Unknown False False Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown True Unknown True True False False True True Unknown Unknown True True True True True
AND True False Unknown True True False Unknown False False False False Unknown Unknown False Unknown
OR True False Unknown True True True True False True False Unknown Unknown True Unknown Unknown
Unfortunately, you have added no explanation for how to interpret the new tables, so the change is pedagogically insensitive to readers who may not know how to interpret them. What are the rows? The columns? What do the interior elements of the matrix represent? Those headers were useful!
I think you should perhaps change it back to the prevision exposition that spelled out the truth values in a way that most everyone will understand.
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