c. true and flase is correct
Explanation: When trying to decide if an argument is sound, which type of question should you ask?
a. multiple-choice question
b. true-false question
c. illogical question
d. valid question
A sound argument is any valid argument that has true premises. If any argument has one or more false premises or then the argument is not sound. A sound argument tries to establish conclusive support for its conclusion guaranteeing that its conclusion is true. One way to establish this is by asking true-false questions which enables you ascertain absolutely that its premises are true.
A deductive argument is said to be valid if and only if it takes a form that makes it impossible for the premises to be true and the conclusion nevertheless to be false. Otherwise, a deductive argument is said to be invalid.
true/false is your answer
a good summary is that there was a girl living in ny named nolan and was poor and the lack of waters proves here strenthghs in the times of hardships
the answer should be d) he was one of those young thousands who greeted the war with a certain amount of relief, welcoming the liberation from webs of tangled emotion" since it is the best option because it shows his desire to free himself.
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