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School: Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Department: Mechanical Engineering
Course: Reasoning & Argumentation
Professor: Edward schallert
Term: Spring 2016
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Cost: 50
Name: RA 101-quiz 1
Description: quiz 1-statements and arguments based off chapters 1,2,& 3
Uploaded: 03/06/2016
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1/24/2016 Review Test Submission: Quiz 1 S16 – Reasoning and ...


Why war is always a sin?



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What is a inductive proposition sound?



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Review Test Submission: Quiz 1 S16 

User Deshaya Lenai Green

Course Reasoning and Argumentation­RA­101­500­201615

Test Quiz 1 S16

Started 1/24/16 9:53 PM

Submitted 1/24/16 10:27 PM

Due Date 1/24/16 11:59 PM

Status Completed

Attempt Score 10 out of 20 points

Time Elapsed 33 minutes out of 1 hour

Results Displayed All Answers, Submitted Answers, Correct Answers

Question 1

1 out of 1 points

Since the moon appears to be many colors, and cheeses appear in many different colors, it follows that the moon is composed of a blend of many different cheeses.

Selected Answer: the moon is composed of a blend of many different cheeses Answers: the moon appears to be many colors


What is a consequent?



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cheeses appear in different colors

the moon is composed of a blend of many different cheeses

Question 2

0 out of 1 points

You must admit that ghosts are real, because far too many people have reported sightings and they can’t all be discredited.

Selected Answer: far too many people have reported sightings

Answers: you must admit that ghosts are real We also discuss several other topics like intermeningeal

far too many people have reported sightings

they can't all be discredited

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Question 3

0 out of 1 points

Nothing, except sin, is contrary to an act of virtue. Therefore war is always a sin, for war is contrary to peace.

Selected Answer: Nothing, except sin, is contrary to an act of virtue Answers: Nothing, except sin, is contrary to an act of virtue

Therefore war is always a sin

for war is contrary to peace

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1 out of 1 points

The information content (meaning) imparted by a statement, and is true or false is called:

Selected Answer: proposition

Answers: deductive

inductive

proposition

sound

Question 5

0 out of 1 points

An argument whose conclusion is claimed to follow fromits premises with absolute necessity, this necessity not being a matter of degree and not depending in any way on whatever else may be the case is called:

Selected Answer: inductive We also discuss several other topics like What happens when AP reaches terminal button?

Answers: deductive

inductive

proposition

sound

Question 6

0 out of 1 points

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1/24/2016 Review Test Submission: Quiz 1 S16 – Reasoning and ...

A valid argument with true premises is called:

Selected Answer: deductive

Answers: deductive

inductive

proposition

sound

Question 7

0 out of 1 points

An argument whose conclusion is claimed to follow fromits premises only with probability, this probability being a matter of degree and dependent upon what else may be the case is called:

Selected Answer: sound

Answers: deductive

inductive

proposition

sound

Question 8

An invalid argument can have true premises and a true conclusion.

Selected Answer: True

Answers: True

False

Question 9

A valid argument can have false premises and a false conclusion.

Selected Answer: True

Answers: True

False

Question 10

1 out of 1 points 1 out of 1 points 1 out of 1 points

In the conditional statement "If I am eating a banana, then I am eating a fruit," the statement

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"I am eating a banana" is the consequent.

Selected Answer: False

Answers: True

False

Question 11

1 out of 1 points

In the conditional statement "If I am eating a banana, then I am eating a fruit," "I am eating a banana" is a sufficient condition for "I am eating a fruit."

Selected Answer: True

Answers: True

False

Question 12

Conditional statements are:

Selected Answer: always true

Answers: always false

always true

only true when the antecedent is false

0 out of 1 points

Question 13

only false when the antecedent is true and the consequent is false 2 out of 5 points

Match the following definitions from Chapter 2.

Question Correct Match Selected Match

When a term is specified by listing the properties or attributes that the term connotes

The class or collection of objects to which a term applies

A single word or a group of words that can be the

E.

intension

B.

extension

D.

definition by genus and difference

E.

intension

subject of a statementA.term A.term

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Assigns a meaning to a term by establishing a genus and combining it with the attribute that distinguishes the members of that species

A definition based on the common use of a word, term, or symbol

All Answer Choices

A.term

B. extension

C.lexical definition

D. definition by genus and difference

E.intension

Question 14

D.

definition by genus and difference

C.

lexical

definition

B.

extension

C.

lexical

definition

1 out of 1 points

Euthyphro’s character represents the concept of piety found in traditional Greek theology.

Selected Answer: True

Answers: True

False

Question 15

1 out of 1 points

Socrates objects to Euthyphro’s way of defining “piety” because Euthyphro gave an intensional definition.

Selected Answer: False

Answers: True

False

Question 16

0 out of 1 points

Socrates believes authority is the fundamental tool for identifying and understanding piety.

Selected Answer: True

Answers: True

False

Sunday, January 24, 2016 10:27:34 PM CST

← OK

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← OK

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