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b) The broken wind turbines and solar panels suggest that it might be an argument. c) The smartphones and computers swirling around the cars and pipelines suggest that it might be an argument. 3. The hidden main conclusion of this argument is ________. a) “Cars require fossil fuels” b) “The future is not in wind or solar energy” c) not hidden; it is “Fossil fuels are the only hope for a better future” 4. The hidden premises in this argument are ________. a) “Technological improvement requires fossil fuels” and “Technological improvement is the only hope for a better future” b) “Smartphones require fossil fuels” and “Smartphones are the only hope for a better future” c) “Computers don’t run on wind or solar energy” and “Fossil fuels are the only hope for a better future” 5. The hidden conclusion in this argument is ________. a) “Fossil fuels are the only hope for a better future” b) “Smartphones and other new technologies rely on fossil fuels” c) There are no hidden conclusions. 6. Given the legend you have just constructed and the hidden premises and conclusion(s), which of the following is the correct argument diagram? a) HP1 + HP2 MC b) HP1 HP2 MC
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