Audrey L.

asked • 12/17/20

Is the following a valid argument: B v C, C v D, ∴A→C ? Why or why not? (see description for full question)

Imagine that you have a set of sentences in QL named A, B, C, and D, and assume that A and B are tautologies, C is contingent, and D is a contradiction. Is the following a valid argument: B v C, C v D, ∴A→C ? Why or why not?

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