CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) Logical-Reasoning Statement - Argument Revision (Page 1 of 1)

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What is Statement and Conditional Statement?

A statement is a sentence that is dichotomic, that is it can be either true or false. e. g. , ‘It will rain tomorrow. ’ While a conditional statement is also the same but the difference appearing here is that it is special sort of sentence having antecedent and consequent, that

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What is an Argument?

An argument is a set of statements, one of which is the conclusion and the others are premises. The premises does the work of complementing the conclusion part. It helps to make the conclusion true.

For example,

Premise Either it will rain tomorrow or it will be sunny tomorr

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How to Evaluate the Arguments?

Evaluating arguments is important when it comes to the solving of question. An argument is the strong one if it is important as well as directly related to question, while it is weak if it is not directly related to question, irrespective of its importance.

Example

Statement

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