When an argument is affected by ambiguity, it is unclear whether?

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    It is unclear whether "its conclusion is supported by its premises".

    Ambiguity is a kind of vulnerability of implication in which many understandings are conceivable. It is consequently a trait of any thought or proclamation whose proposed significance can't be conclusively settled by a rule or process with a limited number of steps.
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