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Q: Which of the following choice best describes what argument means? (Points : 2) a Refers to the statement that the maker of the argument is seeking to show to be true or probably true. b
The process of giving a reason to support a claim. c Fighting to get your point across. d Support for your point of view.
A: c Fighting to get your point across.
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User: Which of the following choice best describes what argument means? (Points : 2) a Refers to the statement that the maker of the argument is seeking to show to be true or probably true. b The process of giving a reason to support a claim. c Fighting to get your point across. d Support for your point of view.

Weegy: c Fighting to get your point across.
Expert answered|superxtraordinary|Points 232|

User: Premises are described as _______________. (Points : 2) a statements, explicitly asserted or contextually assumed and implicit, that comprise an argument's reason; with each reason being a separate set of premises b the point of your argument c quarreling to explicitly identify what is being interpreted. d attempting to prove that the argument given is probably or likely factual

Weegy: d attempting to prove that the argument given is probably or likely factual
Expert answered|superxtraordinary|Points 232|

User: The conclusion in an argument always comes at the end of the argument. (Points : 2) a True b False

Weegy: b False
Expert answered|superxtraordinary|Points 232|

User: The conclusion in an argument is the same as the claim. (Points : 2) a True b False

Weegy: b False
Expert answered|superxtraordinary|Points 232|

User: The claim refers to the statement that the maker of the argument is seeking to show to be true or probably true. (Points : 2) True False

Weegy: True
Expert answered|superxtraordinary|Points 232|

User: Sarcasm is a good example of why we should not always believe what a person says is exactly what was meant. (Points : 2) True False

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