Arguments and Reasoning

Identifying Arguments, Inductive & Deductive Reasoning. Arguments, Premises & Statements. Premises. Conclusion. Deductive and Inductive Reasoning. Deductive Reasoning. Inductive Reasoning.

Arguments are made up of statements which are premises and conclusions.

Without premises and conclusions, there would be no argument.

A premise is evidence that supports the conclusion of the argument.

There could be multiple premises in an argument, either major or minor.

A conclusion is statement that is supported by the premise. It is also the main idea of the passage. There can only be one conclusion

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