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In lecture, we talked about likelihood being divided into three categories:
Three examples that fit these categories are as follows:
(1) Every business has to conform to the tax code
(2) Every business usually conforms to the tax code
(3) Every business can conform to the tax code
My question is: Is the concept of likelihood something that we generally look for in a conclusion, a premise, or both? Is it something we should try to identify in arguments that do not have conclusions? And for whichever one of these that it falls under, what sort of question types (i.e. - Must Be True, etc.) are usually applied in these instances where likelihood banter is used in the stimuli?