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1. Let p represents you perform every programming problem in the module.
Let q represents you will learn programing
This is invalid. Assume that and q are both true. Now, may be true with p being false. Then the conclusion p is false is invalid. Hence the argument is not valid by fallacy of Converse.
2. Let p represents everyone likes to go to the hospital.
Let q represent that there is someone that likes to go to the hospital.
If the premises is true then the conclusion will also be true. Hence the argument is valid.