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Write the argument below in symbols to determine whether it is valid or invalid. State a reason for your conclusion. Specify the p and q you used. Submit your full detailed solution to the dropbox.
If the gazebo is made of wood, then the vine is growing on the gazebo.
The vine is not growing on the gazebo.
Therefore The gazebo is not made of wood.
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