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Points to Remember

  1. Look for embedded if-then statements.
  2. An if-then statement, A—>B, tells us only two things:
    1. If A is true, then B is true as well.
    2. If B is false, then A is false as well (contrapositive).
  3. Affirming the conclusion fallacy:
  1. Denying the premise fallacy:
  1. Transitive property:
  1. DeMorgan’s Laws:
  1. A unless B:

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