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A cut in the capital gains tax will benefit wealthy people. Marietta says
her family would be much better off if capital gains taxes were cut, so
I’m sure her family is wealthy.Identify the premises and the conclusions in the following arguments.

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    And your answer is?

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    Premises wealthy families will get hurt by the capital gains cut.

    Conclusion her family will get hurt by the capital gains cut so her family must be wealthy.

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    Please reread the problem. You have your answer turned around.

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    Premises her family must be wealthy if they will be hurt by the cut in capital gains

    Conclusion Wealty families will get hurt by the cut in capital gains

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    No.

    The premise is the fact that the capital gains tax cut will help the wealthy.

    The conclusion is that Marietta's family must be wealthy since the tax cut will benefit them.

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