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Logic can help us do all of these except (Points : 1) determine if premises support a conclusion. identify a bad argument. determine if a premise describes the facts correctly. make our arguments stronger.
Weegy: The truth table for a valid deductive argument will show wherever the premises are true, the conclusion is true. (More)
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Logic can help us do all of these except determine if a premise describes the facts correctly
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Reasons given to support a conclusion are called
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Reasons given to support a conclusion are called premises.
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