Answer the following questions about using co-premises to visualize how evidence and reasoning work together to support a claim.
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Question 1 of 3
Match the term to the best definition of the term.
- A statement that someone wants you to believe
- Concrete, specific, factual information presented to support a claim
- An explanation of how or why the evidence helps to prove the claim
Question 2 of 3
Match each statement in the argument above to the role it plays in the argument.
- In WWII, the Soviet Union made the biggest sacrifice of any Allied nation
- According to the National WWII Museum, more combatants were killed on the Soviet Union's front than on all other theaters combined
- The higher the death count, the greater the sacrifice made by a nation
Question 3 of 3
Consider the following argument:
Terrance must be innocent. Terrance cannot be guilty if he was not at the crime scene, and we know that he wasn’t anywhere near where the crime took place that day.
Given what you now know about evidence and reasoning, which statement in this argument provides evidence?CorrectIncorrect