Logic
posted by Anonymous .
From these premises...
Ken is a killer and Sam is a saint.
Ken is a killer.
...which of the following conclusions are implied?
a. Sam is a saint.
b. Ken is a killer or Sam is a saint.
c. Sam is a saint or Sam is not a saint.
d. All of the above are implied
e. None of the above are implied.
I am sure that a and c are implied, but am not sure if b is (which would make the correct answer d, all of the above). I am leaning toward just a and c...
Thanks!

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GuruBlue
The only one that is stated is "Sam is a saint". There is no "or" in the premises
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