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I will medal and fan plz help Read the following three statements. Use the Law of Detachment and the Law of Syllogism to draw a conclusion. If an elephant weighs more than 2,000 pounds, then it weighs more than Jill’s car. If something weighs more than Jill’s car, then it is too heavy for the bridge. Smiley the Elephant weighs 2,150 pounds.

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    smiley the elephant cant go on a bridge

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    Here are the Choices: Smiley is too heavy for the bridge. If Smiley weighs more than Jill’s car, then Smiley is too heavy for the bridge. Smiley weighs more than 2000 pounds, then Smiley is too heavy for the bridge. Smiley weighs more than Jill’s car.

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    Dont forget to medal @themeepman

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    tell me if u need more help on anything :)

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    its A

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    Ok thanks

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    Here is a website on how the Law of detachment and the Law of Syllogism works, if you want to learn how to do future problems like that one: http://hotmath.com/hotmath_help/topics/law-of-detachment.html

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