Philo6Quiz1 - 1.1 1.The part of an argument that is meant...

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1.1 1. The part of an argument that is meant to give evidence is called the conclusion. False Premises give support for the conclusion. You cannot draw a conclusion without evidence first. 2.In any single argument there may be only one conclusion. True You will see later that you can compile arguments, but any single argument only has one conclusion. 3. Which of the following is NOT a premise indicator? Hence "Hence" means the same thing as "therefore" or "as a result," etc. It indicates a conclusion. 4.Which of the following is a statement (also known as a claim)? (Can’t have exclamation ! or questions ?) John likes to eat pasta.
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