Use a conversation with a friend or a family member and listen for an argument of at least three ordinary English sentences that can be translated to symbolic logical statements. Analyze one of the statements using truth tables to determine whether the translated sentence is tautologous, self-contradictory, or contingent. Next, compare two of the translated statements using truth tables to determine whether it is logically equivalent, contradictory, consistent or inconsistent. Finally, use all three statements to set up an argument using truth tables to determine the validity of the argument. If valid, why? If not, why not?