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1-19.

What is wrong with the argument in the flowchart below? What assumption does the argument make?

 This flowchart has 3 bubbles. Bubbles # 1 and #2 each have an arrow, pointing down to bubble # 3. Bubble # 1$\begin{array}{l} \enclose{circle}{\; \\\quad \text{Monkeys like bananas}\quad \\ \; } \end{array}$ Bubble # 2  $\begin{array}{l} \enclose{circle}{\; \\\quad \text{Sara likes bananas}\quad \\ \; } \end{array}$ $\Huge \searrow$ $\Huge \swarrow$ Bubble # 3$\begin{array}{l} \enclose{circle}{\; \\\quad \text{Sara is a monkey.}\quad \\ \; } \end{array}$
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Is it true that everyone who likes bananas is a monkey?