Unformatted text preview: false with the following assignment: L=F, M=F, P=F, Q=F, R=T, S=T. E. B, C, and D are all correct. For the next two questions, choose the appropriate short truth table and validity response (if provided) for the provided argument (3 points). 52. P1. F R P2. L S P3. C P4. (R & S) C C. ~F v ~L A. C F L R S ~F ~L (R & S) F R L S C (R & S) C ~F v ~L T T T T T F F T T T T F F B. C F L R S ~F ~L (R & S) F R L S C (R & S) C ~F v ~L T F T T T T F T T T T T F C. C F L R S ~F ~L (R & S) F R L S C (R & S) C ~F v ~L T T T T T F F T T T T T F D. C F L R S ~F ~L (R & S) F R L S C (R & S) C ~F v ~L T T F T T F T T T T T F F 53. P1. P (Q ~R) P2. (~R S) v T P3. ~T & P C. Q S A. P Q R S T ~R ~T (Q ~R) (~R S) P (Q ~R) (~R S) v T ~T & P Q S F T T F F F T F T T T F F The table shows the argument is valid because it is not possible for the premises to be all true and the conclusion to be false. B. P Q R S T ~R ~T (Q ~R) (~R S) P (Q ~R) (~R S) v T ~T & P Q S F T T F F F T F T T T T F The table shows the argument is not valid because it is possible for the premises to all be true and the conclusion to be false. C. P Q R S T ~R ~T (Q ~R) (~R S) P (Q ~R) (~R S) v T ~T & P Q S T T T F F F T F T F T T F The table shows that the argument is not valid because it is not possible for the premises to all be true and the argument be false. D. P Q R S T ~R ~T (Q ~R) (~R S) P (Q ~R) (~R S) v T ~T & P Q S T T T T F F T F T T T T F The table shows that the argument is not valid because it is possible to have all premises and a false conclusion. E. P Q R S T ~R ~T (Q ~R) (~R S) P (Q ~R) (~R S) v T ~T & P Q S T T F F F T T F T F T T F The table shows the argument is valid because it is not possible for the premises to be all true and the c...
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