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## Homework Statement

Show that the statement below is neither a tautology or a contradiction

[ p V ((¬ r) → (¬s))] V [ ( s → (( ¬ t ) V p )) V ((¬ q ) → r )]

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## The Attempt at a Solution

My thing is there way to do this...I don't know if this makes sense but i think it is neither because they have 2 variables that don't exist a regular Q and a regular T....I am somewhat new at this and I think because there isn't regular Q and T I think this statement is neither a tautology or contradiction because the statement has a ~Q and a ~T. PLEASE HELP....