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An argument with true premises that provides absolute proof of the truth of the conclusion would be called what?
An argument with true premises that provides absolute proof of the truth of the conclusion would be called valid argument.
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Asked 5/9/2013 2:42:01 PM
Updated 213 days ago|2/19/2018 7:49:45 AM
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Edited by jeifunk [2/19/2018 7:49:44 AM], Confirmed by jeifunk [2/19/2018 7:49:45 AM]
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