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Fill in the blanks with an appropriate word, phrase, or symbol(s). To determine the validity of an argument with two premises, construct a truth table for a conditional statement of the form [(premise 1)∧(premise 2)]→_.

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1 of 2$[\text{(premise 1)}\wedge \text{(premise 2)}]\rightarrow \textbf{conclusion}$

See page 141 before $\color{#c34632}\text{Table 3.33}$.

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