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PHI 210 WEEK 5 CH 9 QUIZ

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Which one of the following hypothetical syllogisms is invalid?

Question 2
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A syllogism in which one of the premises is missing is called a(n) _________________.

Question 3
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When the premises are true and the syllogism is valid, we have a(n) _______ argument.

Question 4
5 out of 5 points
Which is true?

Question 5
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In a valid syllogism, if the first two premises are true, then ______________.

Question 6
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The syllogism itself, not the premises, can be _____.

Question 7
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Which one of the following syllogisms is invalid?

Question 8
5 out of 5 points
A basic form of deductive argument is ________.

Question 9
5 out of 5 points
Which rule is being violated in the following syllogism?Only man (not the plants or animals) is that which has been called by God to avoid sin and reap the rewards of heaven.Martha is not a man.Therefore, Martha is not that which has been called by God to avoid sin and reap the rewards of heaven.

Question 10
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All dillybobbers are thingamajigs.No whatchamacallit is a dillybobber.Therefore, no whatchamacallits are thingamajigs.This syllogism is an example of _______________.

Question 11
5 out of 5 points
Which of the following statements is a particular proposition?

Question 12
5 out of 5 points
If "or" is used in its non-exclusive sense, which of the five following syllogisms is invalid?

Question 13
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Complete the following syllogism: All X are Y; Some Z are X; Therefore, ______________.

Question 14
5 out of 5 points
Which one of the following statements is a universal proposition?

Question 15
5 out of 5 points
To form a valid syllogism, which premise is missing in the following argument?[missing premise]Sam is a politician.Therefore, Sam is a dishonest person.

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