Please put the following argument in standard logical form:” If either the premises are inconsistent or the conclusion is a tautology, then the argument is valid. If an argument is invalid, then it has consistent premises. The premises are inconsistent only if the conclusion is not a tautology. An argument is invalid if the conclusion is not a tautology. If the premises are consistent, then the argument is invalid. Therefore, if an argument is valid, then it has inconsistent premises.” I need to evaluate the argument by explaining in terms of a full truth table as well and need to answer these: “If the conclusion is logically equivalent to a premise, can the argument be invalid (explain in terms of a truth table that consists of only the last premise and the conclusion)? Is the argument sound? Explain why each premise and the conclusion is true or false.
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