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Cirrus on September 9, 2019

Why is the answer not B?

I thought that anything opposing the original view would be the conclusion, and the rest were just premises.

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Shunhe on December 21 at 11:03PM

Hi @cjahangiri,

(B) isn't the correct answer because it is unsupported by any of the other premises, so it can't even be a conclusion, and so certainly can't be the main conclusion. Because it is just a claim unsupported by other premises, it itself is a premise. Hope this helps!