Provide examples of (1) a deductive valid argument and (2) a deductive invalid argument that are based on something in your everyday life. So, you only need to come up with a total of twoexamples, by choosing one valid form and one invalid form (see handout for forms).
Be sure to identify which two forms you’re using in your examples and to specify your values for p and q. Double and triple-check that you are plugging in the values correctly into the argument forms!
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