Identify the premises, the conclusion, and the fallacy committed in the following passages: 1) "A feather is light. Whatever is light, cannot be...

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Identify the premises, the conclusion, and the fallacy committed in the following passages: 


1) "A feather is light. Whatever is light, cannot be dark. Thus, a feather cannot be dark"


2) "Justin Trudeau has claimed that Castro made significant improvements to Cuban healthcare and education. But why should we pay any attention to what he has to say? He's just a drama queen, born with a silver spoon in his mouth!!"


3) "You should buy the new I-phone 7. Everybody's doing it!!"

 


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