We saw this passage in Exercise 1.6:
The tyres of the Lunar Roving Vehicle have also been brought into question, as many think they would be likely to explode in the vacuum of space. Again, a simple bit of homework reveals that the tyres were not of the traditional, inflated rubber kind. [8.5]
There, the problem was to identify the simple argument. Here, we take it further. Exercise 2.4 is to identify any hidden premise(s) and to produce a properly structured argument map showing all co-premises.
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