Foundations of Mathematics

Axiomatic System

What is a conclusion in logic?

A conclusion is a statement (proposition) found by applying a set of logical rules (syllogisms) to a set of premises. In addition, the final statement of a proof is called the proof’s conclusion. For example, in a statement that includes “if … then,” the result following the “then” in the statement is called the conclusion.


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