Lesson 5 Concept Checks

Lesson 5 Concept Checks - false. (see p. 187) 4. Deductive...

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1. An inference is the connection in reasoning between premise and conclusion. (see pp. 145-146) True False 2. The validity of an argument depends on the truth of the connection between the premises and the conclusion. (see p. 187) 3. In a deductive argument, the premises cannot be true if the conclusion is
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Unformatted text preview: false. (see p. 187) 4. Deductive validity is the connection between the conclusion and the signal words. (see pp. 188-189) 5. If the truth of the premises of a deductively valid argument has been established, there is no more room for doubt about the arguments conclusion. (see p. 193) 6....
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