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Vocabulary for Critical Reasoning: Premise

It is dangerous to jump to __________. One should consider the __________ first.

You're right!

A premise is the basis upon which you draw a conclusion, or, if you’re not careful, jump to a conclusion. You begin by considering the premise (the information), and on the basis of that premise you reach a conclusion.

Incorrect.

A premise is the basis upon which you draw a conclusion, or, if you’re not careful, jump to a conclusion. You begin with by considering the premise (the information), and on the basis of that premise you reach a conclusion.

The correct answer is conclusions; premises

A premise is the basis upon which you draw a conclusion, or, if you’re not careful, jump to a conclusion. You begin with by considering the premise (the information), and on the basis of that premise you reach a conclusion.

conclusions; premises
premises; conclusions

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