This category contains examples of Logical Argument.
A logical argument (or just argument) is a process of creating a new statement from one or more existing statements.
An argument proceeds from a set of premises to a conclusion, by means of logical implication, via a procedure called logical inference.
An argument may have more than one premise, but only one conclusion.
While statements may be classified as either true or false, an argument may be classified as either valid or invalid.
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