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If you do every problem in this book, then you will learn discrete mathematics. You learned discrete mathematics. Therefore, you did every problem in this book.

The above argument is  

A

Valid and Satisfiable

B

Valid but not satisfiable

C

Invalid

D

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It's Satisfiable but not valid. Option C Invalid
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please explain
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it's like ,

A - > B

B

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A.

where A is if you do every problem in book.

B is you learn discrete matematics.

If B is true , can you always say that A is true?

if A is false , then also A->B gives true , so it is not always true to say that A is always true.
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Yeaah!

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