I nee to determine whether these arguments are valid or not... How can i go abouts solving this question? I am having trouble finding a theoretical way to prove this... There are four of them, perhaps just a bit of help with one or two so i cant get the hang of it would be much appreciated! here they are
Everyone that can program in Java has a job. If Ryan can program in Python then he can also program in Java. Therefore, if Ryan can program in Python, then he has a job.
Everyone who loves waffles also loves muffins. Everyone that loves hashbrowns also loves waffles. A student loves waffles. Therefore, at least one student loves muffins.
Everyone that has a computer knows c++. Sue has a computer and John knows C++. Therefore, both Sue and John have a computer.
Every student has a tablet. John has a tablet. Tom does not have a tablet. Therefore, Tom is not a student or John is a student.*