C&P page: 86,104, 151 Definition: A valid (deductive) argument with only true premises.
an argument such that if the premises are true, the conclusion has to be true, and whose premises are, in fact, true.
a deductive argument that is valid and has all true premises
a deductive argument whose form is valid and whose premises are true
a good argument
an argument that is both valid and factually correct
a valid argument in which the premises are true
a valid argument where all the premises are in fact true
a valid argument whose premises are true
An argument that both is logical and has all true premises.
A deductive argument in which the premises are true and the logical structure is valid.