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Its a if, then question. It says
If I get another chance, then I will do better.
And 'i get another chance is lined' what would it be? Like would it still be a hypothesis without the 'if' underlined? Would it be the argument?

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"I get another chance" is the hypothesis. "I will do better" is the conclusion.

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