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identify each simple statement and which letter you chose to represent each simple statement. Translate the compound statement into statement logic form. After

identify each simple statement and which letter you chose to represent each simple statement. Translate the compound statement into statement logic form. After you have constructed the truth table, highlight the truth values of the premises and the conclusion, and indicate whether the argument is valid or invalid.

Apples and oranges are always served together. We are serving apples. So, we are also serving oranges.
Erika will get either a dog or a cat. Erika is getting a dog, so she is also getting a cat.

If Quinn does not finish reading, she will not attend the book group. Quinn has finished reading. Therefore, Quinn is attending the book group.

Patrick will either go to graduate school or get a job. Patrick is getting a job, so he is not going to graduate school.

Mike will either come home for the weekend or stay in Philadelphia. Mike is not staying in Philadelphia, so he must be coming home this weekend.

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