Examine an argument made in public and translate its conclusion to show one of the four standard-form categorical propositions (A, E, I, or O). Does
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Examine an argument made in public and translate its conclusion to show one of the four standard-form categorical

propositions (A, E, I, or O). Does the conclusion follow from the premises? Why or why not? Second, if its premises are true, what else can you infer about the conclusion? Analyze.

*Note: Remember that standard-form categorical propositions use affirmative or negative "to be" verbs (e.g., is, are, am, was, were, be, been, being) in its copula to set up a connection between two classes -- the subject (S) and the predicate (P).

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