Plonghairedcatsshedalloverthehouse

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Unformatted text preview: will be the conclusion. 1. Long-haired cats shed all over the house 2. Long-haired cats have a lot of fleas 3. You should not get a long haired cat Identify the premise(s) and conclusion in this argument. P¹Long­haired cats shed all over the house P²Long­haired cats have a lot of fleas CYou should not get a long haired cat Premise 1: Long-haired cats shed all over the house Premise 2: Long-haired cats have a lot of fleas Conclusion: You should not get a long haired cat Study hard. Otherwise, you will fail your exams Identify the premise(s) and conclusion in this argument. Study hard. Otherwise, you will fail your exams Premise: If you don't study hard, you will fail your exams Conclusion: You ought to study hard The word otherwise often functions--as it does here--as premise indicator. Notice that both the premise and the c...
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