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Exercise 8: Re-working Exercise 5 Read again the passage for Exercise 5 (p. 23). Identify its conclusion, reasons and unstated assumptions. Compare the list which you originally wrote for Exercise 5 with the unstated assumptions which you have now identiﬁed. 180–183. 2 evaluating reasoning Revision: Parts of an argument 1 An argument offers a reason or reasons in support of a conclusion. g. g. ‘You ought not to drive your car’). 3 Some arguments introduce their conclusion with the word ‘so’ or the word ‘therefore’; some arguments do not contain the words ‘so’ or ‘therefore’.
A (Terse) Introduction to Linear Algebra (Student Mathematical Library, Vol. 44) by Yitzhak Katznelson and Yonatan R. Katznelson