Which one of the following statements most accurately characterizes a difference between the two passages?

JayLiao on March 29, 2020

24:41 video, #3 is facts also account as premises ?

24:41 video, #3 is facts also account as premises? and premises leads to a conclusion will be an argument?

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SamA on April 3, 2020

Hello @JayLiao,

Remember that a premise is any piece of information given in support of the conclusion. A premise might be a fact, principle, statistic, evidence, etc. No matter how we describe it, if it is given in support of the conclusion, then it is a premise. To answer your question, facts and premises are very often the same thing.

Every argument you encounter is going to have premises and a conclusion.