Posted by **Dawn** on Thursday, November 8, 2012 at 5:51pm.

Directions: Define the necessary symbols, rewrite the argument in symbolic form, and us a truth table to determine whether the argument is valid. If the argument is invalid, interpret the specific circumstances that cause the argument to be invalid.

Problem:

1. If you argue with a police officer, you get a ticket.

2. If you do not break the speed limit, you do not get a ticket.

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Therefore, if you break the speed limit, you argue with a police a police officer.

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