I've been trying to get my head around this logic question posed on an exam I took some weeks ago, but wasn't able to figure it out by myself, so I've come here for some help.
The question reads as follows:
Below you'll find two distinct arguments and their conclusions have been omitted:
If the car is not blue or the ball is green, then the building is not high.
The building is high, and the water is not cold
If the ball is not green or the water is cold, then the car is neither blue nor green.
The car is green, and the ball is not red.
Which of the following conclusions would turn both arguments simultaneously valid?
a) The car is blue, and the water is not cold
b) The car is green, and the water is not cold
c) The ball is red, or the water is not cold
d) The building is high, the car is green, and the ball is red
e) The building is high, the car is not blue, and the ball is not red
So, apparently, the correct answer is C, but as much as I try to I just can not find my way around to get there. I really need some explanation for this.
Any help would be much appreciated.