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If a reason that is not relevant to the conclusion is given, (Points : 1) 1.that reason must be false. 2.that reason must be true. 3.that reason must not have 4.anything to do with the conclusion.
that reason is the only one needed to accept the conclusion.
A: That reason must not have anything to do with the conclusion.
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