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

In Critical Reasoning questions, which part of the argument comes AFTER the words since, because, as?

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Since, because and as are reason conjunctions, which are followed by the premise and are preceded by the conclusion.

Conclusion because/since/as premise.

Example:

John's car has wheels because all cars have wheels.

The correct answer is the premise.

Since, because and as are reason conjunctions, which are followed by the premise and are preceded by the conclusion.

Conclusion because/since/as premise.

Example:

John's car has wheels because all cars have wheels.

the premise
the conclusion

I don't know