**In any case, if you somehow could not attend the Discrete Mathematics final exam then you will not be able to pass out the course and if you have the fever then you will not be able to pass out the course Construct the proposition by your own. Determine whether the preposition is tautology, contradiction or contingency and explain the answer by your own words. Make sure that you’re not copy from others.**

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$P$ : you can attend the Discrete Mathematics final exam

$Q$ : you will able to pass out the course

$R$ : you have the fever

Proposition:

$(\neg P\to \neg Q)\land (R\to \neg Q)$

Truth table:

The preposition is not always true and it is not always false. So the preposition is contingency.