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What does SAT mean?
Boolean Satisfiability Problem or Satisfiability Problem (Satisfiability or SAT), is a procedure for deciding if a given boolean formula is satisfiable. It is the problem of assigning Boolean values to variables to satisfy a given Boolean formula.
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The full form of SAT is SatisfiabilityWhat is the full form of SAT in Computing?