#### Answer

The given statement is a tautology.

#### Work Step by Step

A compound statement that is always true is called a Tautology, and a compound statement that is always false is called a self-contradiction.
Determine the truth table for the provided statement \[\left[ \left( p\to q \right)\wedge p \right]\to q\] as shown below,
As seen from the truth table that the given statement is always true, therefore, it is a tautology.
Hence, the given statement is always true, therefore, it is a tautology.