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Learn how to use the Boolean constant false in Notion formulas.

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false

Type **unchecked checkbox,** representing the value

`false`

into a Notion formula property, and that property will output an `false`

.A **Boolean** value has only two states, which can be thought of as:

- True or False
- 1 or 0
- On or Off

A Boolean simply represents the two *truth values* of logic.

Notion represents Boolean values with checked (true) and unchecked (false) checkboxes.

Learn more about Booleans

This formula will simply output

`false`

in a Notion formula property, displaying as an unchecked checkbox:1

false

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false ? "π" : "π"

This is an **condition** is false. The condition is the first part of the

`if()`

statement written in shorthand - it could also be written as `if(false,"π","π")`

. It will simply output π if the `if()`

statement, or what is left of the `?`

in the shorthand formula.Since the Boolean **Sad** property in the example database below for proof.

`false`

outputs `false`

naturally, the result will be π. See the `true`

and `false`

are `True`

or `False`

will result in a syntax error.Here you can see how Notion displays **Sad** formula, which is shown above.

`true`

and `false`

Boolean values. You can also see the output of our False

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