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Identify the premises and the conclusions in the following arguments.Kera, Sherry, and Bobby were all carded at JJ’s, and they all look as though
they’re about thirty. Chances are I’ll be carded too.

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  1. The premise is that those three people were carded.

    The conclusion is that you will be carded.

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