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 dmilchevdpu
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Hello,

I am looking at the second question about receiving four tickets. The issue I am having with this question is that I see a conclusion indicator "As a result" and I assumed that the conclusion would immediately follow, that being "as a result my automobile insurance rates have been increased." would be the conclusion, however the book says that " do not deserve a rate increase" is the conclusion. I guess my question is, can the conclusion be a sentence after the conclusion indicator ?

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 Dave Killoran
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It can—this is essentially used as a sub-conclusion in the argument, and the other conclusion is the main conclusion. Keep reading—that's up next in the Complex Arguments section :-D

Thanks!
 dmilchevdpu
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Thank you for clearing that up. As I have continued reading this concept has become a lot easier!

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