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If quarks are the smallest subatomic particles in the universe, then g

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If quarks are the smallest subatomic particles in the universe, then gluons are needed to hold quarks together. Since gluons are needed to hold quarks together, it follows that quarks are the smallest subatomic particles in the universe. The logic of the above argument is most nearly paralleled by which of the following?

(A) If this library has a good French literature collection, it will contain a copy of Les Conquerants by Malraux. The collection does contain a copy of Les Conquerants; therefore, the library has a good French literature collection.
(B) If there is a man-in-the-moon, the moon must be made of green cheese for him to eat. There is a man-in-themoon, so the moon is made of green cheese.
(C) Either helium or hydrogen is the lightest element of the periodic table. Helium is not the lightest element of the periodic table, so hydrogen must be the lightest element of the periodic table.
(D) If Susan is taller than Bob, and if Bob is taller than Elaine, then if Susan is taller than Bob, Susan is also taller than Elaine.
(E) Whenever it rains, the streets get wet. The streets are not wet. Therefore, it has not rained.

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If x then y, if y then x

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If x then y, if y then x

the premise follows the above logic

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