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Results Reporter Out of 14 questions, you answered 14 correctly, for a final grade of 100%. 14 correct (100%)  0 incorrect (0%)  0 unanswered (0%)  Your Results: 1 CORRECT A(n)is a set of claims  intended to support or prove  a conclusion. The Correct Answer:  argument Your Answer:  argument An argument is a set of claims. One claim is the conclusion and all the others are  the premises given as reasons in support of it. 2 CORRECT A(n)is a statement that is  either true or false. The Correct Answer:  claim Your Answer:  claim A claim expresses a belief, opinion, assertion, etc. which has a truth value (even if  that value is unknown). 3 CORRECT A(n)is a claim in an  argument, which the rest of  the argument is intended to  support. The Correct Answer:  conclusion Your Answer:  conclusion A conclusion is "the point." It's what all the premises aim at proving or  supporting. 4 CORRECT A(n)is a word or phrase -  "thus," "therefore" - that  shows that a conclusion is up  ahead. The Correct Answer:  conclusion indicator Your Answer:  conclusion indicator
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Although usually absent in normal conversation, a conclusion indicator serves as  sign  that points to what the argument is trying to convince us of. 5
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