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A sound argument is __________. a valid argument in which it is impossible to have true premises and a false conclusion a valid argument with true premises and a false conclusion an argument in which it is possible to have true premises and a true conclusion a valid argument with true premises all of these

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Annie Barnes on November 9, 2018

A sound argument is a valid argument with true premises. In this context, the sound refers to be valid, and when it is valid is known as sound. A solid argument, then, is only valid as long as all the premises are true. A premise is the basis of the argument or theory that you're talking about.


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