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    True and false logic statements about premises and conclusions

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    True and false questions. Explain the answer and give an example.

    A. A valid argument may have a false premise and a true conclusion. Give an example.

    B. If an argument has all true premises and a true conclusion, then it is always a reasonable (good) argument. Give an example.

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    Logic requires deep thought and patience. Let's start with your first problem:
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    <br>A. Valid arguments can have a false premise and a true conclusion.
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    <br>This is correct and I will give you a popular example (not my own). It is up to you to come up with an original example or cite this one:
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    <br>False premises, true ...

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