and argument is a set of statements, one of which appears to be implies or supported by the others.
conclusion and premise
the conclusion of an argument is the statement which appears to be implied by the other statements in the argument, which are called premises.
we formally evaluate arguments not b the truth of the conclusion but by whether the conclusion follows logically from the premises.
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