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Critical Reasoning: Argument Structure - Overview

Is the following statement TRUE or FALSE?

In Critical Reasoning Questions, the argument always consists of both a conclusion and a premise.

Actually, this statement is FALSE. An argument always consists of at least one premise, but does not always include a conclusion. Some arguments are made up of premises only.

Example: (a Paradox Question Type argument)

It is snowing outside. John is sweating.

You're right!

An argument always consists of at least one premise, but it does not always include a conclusion. Some arguments are made up of premises only.

The correct answer is FALSE.

An argument always consists of at least one premise, but does not always include a conclusion. Some arguments are made up of premises only.

Example: (a Paradox Question Type argument)

It is snowing outside. John is sweating.

True
False

I don't know