A concise introduction to logic: test bank by Hurley P.J.

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Figure A is a right triangle, and two of its sides have a length of 1 foot. Therefore, it's area is 1/2 square foot. a. Inductive, strong. b. Deductive, invalid. c. Deductive, sound. d. Deductive, valid. e. Inductive, weak. ANS: D PTS: 2 25. More than 99% of all airplane flights land safely. Therefore, probably the next flight to depart from JFK International Airport will land safely. a. Deductive, valid. b. Inductive, strong. c. Inductive, weak. d. Deductive, invalid. e. Inductive, uncogent. ANS: B PTS: 2 26.

ANS: D PTS: 2 17. Microorganisms are an essential part of the web of life in every environment. Microorganisms in the oceans and in bodies of fresh water capture energy from sunlight and store it in molecules that other organisms use as food. They decompose dead organisms and waste materials from living organisms. And they even make nitrogen available to plants. 37 a. b. c. d. e. Jacquelyn C. Black, Microbiology: Principles and Explorations Argument; conclusion: Microorganisms in the oceans ...

Deductive, valid. d. Inductive, weak. e. Inductive, cogent. ANS: A PTS: 2 INSTRUCTIONS: Select the correct answer for each multiple choice question. 35. Which of the following are all nonarguments? a. Expository passages, illustrations, predictions. b. Generalizations, expository passages, opinions. c. Predictions, syllogisms, warnings. d. Conditional statements, illustrations, causal inferences. e. Illustrations, explanations, pieces of advice. ANS: E PTS: 2 36. Which of the following are all inductive arguments?

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