math 1013 ch.1-2 test review

math 1013 ch.1-2 test review - MATH 1013 Ch. 1-2 TEST...

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MATH 1013 Ch. 1 - 2 TEST REVIEW Name___________________________________   SHORT ANSWER.  Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question.  The argument contains an example of the fallacy named in parentheses. Explain how the fallacy occurs in the argument.  1) 
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(Appeal  to  Emotion)  television  commerci al shows a  happy,  attractive  family  dining at  Restauran t. 
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1)  
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________ _____    The argument given or described involves some kind of fallacy. Identify the fallacy.  2) 
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After  getting  new  dishes, I  started to  sneeze. I  must be  allergic to  the new  dishes. 
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2)   ______ _______    MULTIPLE CHOICE.  Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or  answers the question.  Determine whether the statement is a proposition.  3) 
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Do you  like this  color? 
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3)  ______ _  A
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Proposition 
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B)  Not    SHORT ANSWER.  Write the word or  phrase that best completes each statement  or answers the question.  Write the negation of the proposition.  4
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Not all  people  like  football. 
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4)   ______ _______    Make a truth table for the given statement. The letters p, q, r, s represent propositions.  5) 
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r and not 
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5)   ______ _______    The statement connects two individual propositions with the word and. State whether the  entire statement is true or false, and explain why.  6) 
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George  Washingt on was  the first  president  of the  United  States of  America  and  France is  in Europe. 
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6)   ______ _______  The statement connects two individual propositions with the word or. State  whether the entire statement is true or false, and explain why.  7) 
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The grass  is wet or  the grass  is dry. 
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7)   ______ _______    MULTIPLE CHOICE.  Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or  answers the question.  Determine whether the statement is true or false.  8) 
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If Florida  is in the  United  States,  then all  rectangles  are  squares. 
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8)  ______ _  A
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True 
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B)  False    SHORT ANSWER.  Write the word or  phrase that best completes each statement  or answers the question.  Write the converse, inverse, or  contrapositive off the proposition.  9
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If the  alarm  beeps  every  thirty  seconds,  then you  have to  replace  the  battery.  
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9)   ______ _______    Draw a Venn diagram for the given sets. In words, explain why you drew one set as a subset  of the other, disjoint sets, or overlapping sets.  10
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even  numbers  and odd  numbers 
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10)   ______ _______    A categorical proposition is given. State the subject and predicate sets, and draw a Venn  diagram for the proposition. Label all regions of the diagram clearly.  11
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Some  singers  are not  children. 
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/14/2008 for the course MATH 1013 taught by Professor Booker during the Spring '08 term at Texas Woman's University.

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