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# If an ordinary truth table is constructed for an invalid argument, then: There must be at least one line that has false premise(s) and true...

If an ordinary truth table is constructed for an invalid argument, then:

a. There must be at least one line that has false premise(s) and true conclusion.

b. There is no line that has true premise(s) and false conclusion.

c. There must be exactly one line that has true premise(s) and false conclusion.

d. There must be at least one line that has true premise(s) and false conclusion.

E. There may be one line that has true premise(s) and false conclusion.