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Critical Reasoning: Argument Structure - Identifying the Conclusion without Clues

(1) Many energy bars contain vitamin supplements. (2) Some of these bars provide 100% of the recommended daily vitamin consumption. (3) Nevertheless, a well-balanced meal, including a variety of foods, is a better source of vitamins than eating only energy bars.

Which of the following is the argument's conclusion?

Well done!

This sentence is a premise. It is presented as a fact on which the argument's conclusion is based. It is not based on another part of the argument, and a conclusion is always based on another part of the argument.

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