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Miss Cierra Kuhlman

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This 6 page Class Notes was uploaded by Miss Cierra Kuhlman on Monday October 5, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to PHIL 100 at California State University - Northridge taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 12 views. For similar materials see /class/218793/phil-100-california-state-university-northridge in PHIL-Philosophy at California State University - Northridge.

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Date Created: 10/05/15
1 Quiz 5 Identifying premisesconclusions a n e S Completed a t u s S 7 out of 8 points c o r e l 4 minutes and 39 seconds out of 15 minutes allowed i I e QOM UNHY39H I The questions will be about the following paragraph You39ll need to examine and reexamine n it carefully to respond to each prompt correctly s I don39t think we should get Peter a car As a matter of fact he 39s not responsible because he t doesn39t care for his things Anal anyway we don39t have enough money for a car since even now r we have trouble making ends meet Last week you yourself complained about our financial u situation anal you never complain without very good reason c t i o n s 0 Question 1 1 out 0f1 points The word since functions as a Answer Selected Answer premise indicator 0 Question 2 1 out 0f1 points Which reconstruction best clari es the logical function of I don39t think we should buy Peter at car Answer Selected Answer we should not buy Peter a car 0 Question 3 1 out 0f1 points Which best describes the function of as a matter of fact Answer Selected Answer rhetorical emphasis 0 Question 4 1 out 0f1 points Which comes closest to the total number of subarguments in the passage Answer Selected Answer 0 Question 5 1 out 0f1 points Which comes the closest to the total number of claims in the entire paragraph Answer Selected Answer 0 Question 6 1 out 0f1 points The passage has a main conclusion as well as subconclusions that serve as premises for the main conclusion What is the main conclusion Answer Selected Answer We should not buy Peter a car 0 Question 7 1 out 0f1 points The sentence quotHe 39s not responsible because he doesn39t care for his things quot Answer Selected Answer both of the above 0 Question 8 0 out of 1 points In the passage beginning with quotas a matter of factquot and ending with quotcare for his thingsquot he39s not responsible functions as a Answer Selected Answer neither Thursday January 13 201161545 PM PST


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