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 Antecedent the "if" part Consequent the "then" part Valid Disjunctive Syllogism - 2nd statement has to deny one disjunct (NECESSARY). - If one of the disjuncts if confirmed, CANNOT draw a conclusion. Compound Statements Makes 2 assertions. Disjunctive Statement 2 statements separated by the word "or". Hypothetical Statement 2 statements using "if/then". Validity of Pure Hypothetical Syllogism - First, identify the 3 hypothetical statements. - If A, then B. If B, then C. If A, then C. - Just look at the 2nd statement to test for validity. Mixed Hypothetical Syllogism - First premise is an "if/then" statement. Valid Affirmative Mixed Hypothetical Syllogism - Modus Ponens - If P, then Q. Affirm P. Affirm Q. Fallacy of Affirming the Consequent - Invalid affirmative mixed hypothetical syllogism. - If P, then Q. Affirm Q. Affirm P.