Translate each argument into symbolic form. Then determine whether the argument is valid or invalid. You may use a truth table or, if applicable, compare the argument's symbolic form to a standard valid or invalid form. (You can ignore differences in past, present, and future tense.) If he goes to class, he will do poorly. He will do well. $\therefore$ He skips class. Let $p$ be the statement The goes to class," and $q$ be the statement "he will do well." Select the correct answer below and fill in the answer box to complete your choice. (Type the terms of your expression in the same order as they appear in the original expression.) A. The argument is valid. In symbolic form, the argument is B. The argument is invalid. In symbolic form, the argument is

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