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# 1. Suppose person A says “cilantro tastes good”, and person B says “cilantro does not taste good”. Are these two people disagreeing? Explain your answer. 2. Can a proposition support another p

1. Suppose person A says “cilantro tastes good”, and person B says “cilantro does not taste good”. Are these two people disagreeing? Explain your answer.

2. Can a proposition support another proposition if it (the first proposition) is false? Explain why/why not.

3. If an argument is valid, but we know its conclusion is false, what do we know about its premises?