1st argument

2nd argumentP1 - For all we know, A may be the state of B;

P2 - What C does is determined by the state of B;

C - Therefore, for all we know, what C does may be determined by A.

The first one is more simple but their logical structure is partially the same.P1 - For all we know, A may be the state of some part of B;

P2 - What C does is determined by the state of some part of B;

C - Therefore, for all we know, what C does may be determined by A.

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Two answers overall, but one answer only for each argument. And you will be able to change your vote later if you want.

Thanks,

EB