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kendalla14 on March 26, 2020

"Cited as Evidence" vs. Premise

If asking the role of a statement, does "cited as evidence" mean the same thing as a premise? Can you explain the difference, if there is one?

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SamA on March 26, 2020

Hello @kendalla14,

We can consider facts, evidence, and premises to be the same thing. They are all just information presented in support of a conclusion. You might see "cited as evidence" used in questions involving a scientist or the police, but just know that it is simply referring to a premise.