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1. Valid arguments are said to be strong or weak.
2. Valid arguments are always good arguments.
3. Sound arguments are ________ arguments whose premises are all
________.
4. The premises of a valid argument are never false.
5. If a valid argument has a false conclusion, then not all its premises can
be true.

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