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Critical Reasoning: Argument Structure - Identifying Conclusion/Premise by Conjunctions

Asbestos, whose name is derived from the Greek word for inextinguishable, contains hazardous toxins that cause numerous health problems. Because asbestos presents such a high health risk, stricter legislation is immediately necessary for regulating its use in the building industry, as well as in any other industry which currently makes use of it.

The boldface type text is

You are right!

Because is a reason conjunction, so it is followed by the premise.

Because premise, conclusion

Because asbestos presents such a high health riskstricter legislation is immediately necessary for regulating its use in the building industry, as well as in any other industry which currently makes use of it.

Which part of the argument comes directly after the word because?

You're right. What comes immediately after the word because (as well as after the other reason conjunction, since and as) is a premise.

Thus, the correct answer is that the boldface type text is a premise.

What comes immediately after the word because (as well as after the other reason conjunction, since and as) is a premise.

Thus, the correct answer is that the boldface type text is a premise.

The correct answer is premise.

a premise
a conclusion

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the premise
the conclusion

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