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PHI 103 Week 5 Quiz 2020.(Real quiz

PHI 103 Week 5 Quiz 2020.(Real quiz) 1. Question : In the field of logic, inductive arguments __________. Question 2. Question : Which type of inductive argument is the following: “All crows observed so far have been black, so all crows are black.” Question 3. Question : An argument is unsound if and only if _____________. Question 4. Question : The conclusion in a standard argument form is often presented as __________. Question 5. Question : Sloan: “Dude you play way too many videogames.” John: “Whatever bro! When Eternal Death Slayer III came out you were waiting in line outside the store for four hours to be the first to get it. I am not going to listen to your reasoning.” Question 6. Question : In an argumentative essay, the premises of the argument __________. Question 7. Question : The thesis in an argumentative essay __________. Question 8. Question : No physical object can travel faster than light. An electron is a physical object. So, an electron cannot travel faster than light. Question 9. Question : All doctors are people who are committed to enhancing the health of their patients. No people who purposely harm others can consider themselves to be doctors. It follows that some people who harm others do not enhance the health of their patients. Which of the following is the conclusion of this argument? Question 10. Question : “If I drive drunk I’ll crash. I crashed, so I must be drunk.” Question 11. Question : Which type of inductive argument is the following: “He is late; there must have been traffic.” Question 12. Question : An argument is cogent if and only if _____________. Question 13. Question : Which of the following is the purpose of the problem section of an argumentative essay? Question 14. Question : How should one ethically engage in verbal argumentation? Question 15. Question : “Cats are a billion times better than dogs” uses which rhetorical device? Question 16. Question : All dogs are warm-blooded. All warm-blooded creatures are mammals. Hence, all dogs are mammals. True or False: The sentence, “Hence, all dogs are mammals,” is a premise in this argument. Question 17. Question : The principle of accuracy in logic is __________. Question 18. Question : Spouse: “I know that you get angry a lot. I’m sure that pretty soon you will hit me or something. And what are we gonna do when we have kids? You will probably beat them until they run out of the house and I will be left childless and abused! Question 19. Question : “If it is dinner time, I am going out to eat. It is dinner time, so I am going out to eat.” Question 20. Question : That statement “All dogs are mammals” is an example of a:

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