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What premise is assumed, but not explicitly stated, in this argument? “There’s no way you’ll get the job. The job ad says you need a high school diploma to apply.”

This question is part of 1.4 Identifying Premises and Conclusions
Asked by Kdelapla, Last updated: Sep 26, 2020

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Answered Aug 22, 2018

You don’t have a high school diploma.

The answer is (C). The conclusion doesnt follow unless you assume that the person doesnt have a high school diploma.
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