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Given that A and B are true and X and Y are false, determine the truth values of the propositions in the following problem:
∼[(B • ∼X) ⊃ ∼(Y • ∼B)] ⊃ [∼(X ⊃ A) ∨ (B ⊃ ∼Y)]
True
False
Do a Truth table for the following argument:
(Q v P) ⊃ Q
Q ⊃ (Q • P)
∴ ( Q v P) ⊃ (Q • P)
Is the argument you did a truth table on valid? Choose either valid or invalid below:
a. 
Valid 

b. 
Invalid 
This proof can be solved in 2 steps. Put your answer below. You can use the following symbols on your keyboard to replace the connectives: (& = •) (> = ⊃) (lower case v = ∨)
1. F ∨ (D ⊃ T)
2. ∼F
3. D / ∴ T
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