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2. Premises are described as _______________. (Points : 2) statements, explicitly asserted or contextually assumed and implicit, that comprise an argument's reason; with each reason being a separate set of premises the point of your argument quarreling to explicitly identify what is being interpreted. attempting to prove that the argument given is probably or likely factual
Premises are described as attempting to prove that the argument given is probably or likely factual.
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Premises are described as attempting to prove that the argument given is probably or likely factual.
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