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2.03 Deductive reasoning

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When is an argument valid?

When the conclusion necessarily follows from the given set of premises.

A

When the conclusion does not necessarily follow from the given set of premises.

B

When the conclusion necessarily follows from the given set of premises.

A

When the conclusion does not necessarily follow from the given set of premises.

B
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When is an argument invalid?

What is a fallacy?

What standard form of argument is this?

$a$a$\Rightarrow$$b$b
$\sim$~$a$a
$\therefore$$\sim$~$b$b

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