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Critical Reasoning: Argument Structure - Identifying the Conclusion by Words which are not Conjunctions

(1) Two years ago, the number of people involved in car accidents in Country X was 345. (2) Last year, the number increased to 435 people. (3) We can conclude that the number of people involved in car accidents is on an upward trend and the number will be even higher this year.

Which of the following is the argument's conclusion?

Good job!

We can identify the conclusion according to the words We can conclude that.

This sentence is a premise, not a conclusion.

The conclusion is sentence 3. What helps us identify this sentence as a conclusion are the words We can conclude that.

The correct answer is sentence 3.

What helps us identify this sentence as a conclusion are the words We can conclude that.

Sentence 1
Sentence 2
Sentence 3

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