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can you explain your answers?
premise conclusion agument T T T T F F F T T F F F
the premise can be false and the arguement can still be valid
oops that last arguent is T
F F T
yeah i know that
Is a premise and a conclusion the same as an if, then conditional statement?
you can look at it that way
u gave me the wrong answer
@ prettychicka who?
a conditional has the result of premise conclusion agument T T T T F F F T T F F T which is different from what's above.
no i made a correctiion did you not see?
yeah she made the correction
oh you know im a she
well he she, whatever you want to be called
i have always looked at premises and conclusions in an argument as conditional statements.
or treat them as such
it's true iff arguments are valid or true.
Is the answer true or false
false as i said before
i will never change my mind lol
it's true as the logic says
do not confuse sound and valid arguemnts
the link u sent states that a vaild argument have true premises
sound arguments are the ones whos premises are always true thats the different from a valide when the premises can be false
as ur questn the arguments must be valid so ans is true.
it says A sound arguemnt is a valid arguemnt is premises are always true
100% positive it is FALSE!
A valid argument is defined as one where if the premises are true, then the conclusion is true.
in a valid argument you can also have false premises
if something is exist means exist .it's not means there it's no more
sound arguments are the one's with true premises it says so on this website
If P then Q, ~Q, therefore ~P
yes thats the contrapostive of if
p then q*
i think you guys need to read the difference between sound and valid becasue you are getting the two confused
ok let me know the solution
i already did the above statement is false lol
not the one where you mentioned contrapositives
can u please write the truth table of this question
which question? the one where you had something down about contrapositives or rosette's?
you give the link only...i need the answer of your asked question with it's truth table...
rosette that wikepedia site should give you more assurance
i don't know what you are talking about partha i need to know what exactly you want me to write a truth table about
and i meant to say link not site please let me know if it makes you feel better
they also have something called formally valid
thankyou was false for those who thought it was true. Myininaya I will give you medal for your help
thanks also one more thing i think an arguement with a false premise and a true conclusion is not valid since the conclusion does not follow from the premise so you can have the following two valid arguements true premise+true conclusion false premise+false conclusion the arguement is sound if the argument is of the following form: true premise+true conclusion
i think i always been confused about the form false premise+true conclusion
but im glad i was a help goodnight
lol wrong scan
there thats the right scan i have scanned so many things and all of them have the title cal in them lol