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Blaze

  • 2 years ago

Detail some differences between premises and assumptions.

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    Assumption is information unstated that, when added to the premises, proves the conclusion. The assumption underlying a conditional statement is that the necessary condition must occur in order for the sufficient condition to occur. The assumption in these arguments always protects the necessary condition. Premise indicators: because since for for example for the reason that in that given that as indicated by due to owing to this can be seen from we know this by Furthermore Moreover Besides In addition What’s more

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    thanks a lot.

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