What is an argument? What is a tautology?

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This is for an online discussion it is not an essay.
i must answer these questions and also post an answer to two of my peers.

What is an argument? What is a tautology?

Provide an example of modus ponens using real world statements, or premises.

What are some scenarios in which you have used arguments that meet the definition you’ve stated here?

Here is my classmates answers that you must write an answer to.

What is an argument? What is a tautology?

An argument is a sequence of statements that end with a conclusion.

A tautology is a compound proposition that is always true, regardless what the truth values of the propositional variables are.

Provide an example of modes pone’s using real world statements, or premises.

“If the Royals win 4 out of 7 World Series games, then they are World Series champions.”

“The Royals won 4 out of 7 World Series games.”

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THEREFORE “The Royals are World Series champsions.”

What are some scenarios in which you have used arguments that meet the definition you’ve stated here?

Modus ponens can be seen frequently throughout the day all over the world as it is more or less an argument of common sense. For instance, if you buy a lottery ticket in hopes of (obviously) winning