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Determine whether the following argument is correct. If it’s not correct, explain what is wrong with the argument and change the minor premise to make a correct argument.

If a triangle is equilateral, then it has three equal sides.
Triangle ABC doesn’t have three equal sides.
Therefore, triangle ABC isn’t equilateral.

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