Sufficient Assumption – Examples and Explanations

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Doing sufficient assumption problems is conceptually really easy. You need an answer choice that, if true and added together with the other premises in the stimulus, would mean that the conclusion of the stimulus argument must be true as well. The problem with these questions is in the execution: arguments are often complex, and it

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