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A syllogism is a deductive argument that: (Points : 1) Has 3 premises total Is made up of 3 propositions Has two premises and a conclusion a and b b and c
A syllogism is a deductive argument that: Has two premises and a conclusion.
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Updated 4/1/2014 4:57:25 AM
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