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    What is the difference between a valid argument and a sound argument? Please give examples.

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    Here are some notes and examples for you about soundness and validity.

    Valid Arguments:

    - The reasoning process behind the inferences is correct.
    - No fallacies have been committed.
    - The conclusion can't be false if the premises are true.
    - One format is: If A, then B. A. So, B.
    - Another format: If A, then B. ...

    Solution Summary

    The solution provides supported examples on how valid and sound arguments are similar and different. Resources are given.