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    Which of the following is the clearest distinction between a claim not proved and a claim disproved?

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    1. A claim disproved represents a claim proved to be wrong, while a claim not proved means there is not enough evidence to support it.
    2. A claim not proved represents a claim proved to be wrong, while a claim disproved means there is not enough evidence to support it.
    3. A claim not proved is the mark of a true skeptic, while a claim disproved is the mark of a pseudo-skeptic.
    4. A skeptic who proposes a negative hypothesis makes a claim not proved, while who makes a positive hypothesis makes a claim disproved.
    5. None of these
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