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9/21/2017 Review Test Submission: Practice Homework 1 – 2017W1-... 1/21 Assessments Review Test Submission: Practice Homework 1 H Review Test Submission: Practice Homework 1 User Course Test Started Submitted Status 2017W1-PHIL120-001-Introduction to Critical Thinking-BURKHOLDER Practice Homework 1 9/17/17 10:27 PM 9/21/17 1:54 PM Completed Attempt Score 52 out of 58 points Time Elapsed 87 hours, 27 minutes Results Displayed All Answers, Submitted Answers, Incorrectly Answered Questions Question 1 Analyze this argument or reasoning into its explicit premises and conclusion. Don't worry about implicit or unstated premises or conclusions. You can assume that it is an argument or reasoning. (1) If you have an irresponsible mate then either you should avoid having a child or you should prepare yourself for the difficulties of single parenting. Hence (2) you should avoid having a child, since (3) you do have an irresponsible mate and (4) you don't want to prepare yourself for the difficulties of single parenting. Based on example used in class. Selected Answer: e. (1) should go in box (B) or (C) or (D) in the argument diagram. It doesn't matter which. Answers: a. (1) should go in box (A) in the argument diagram b. (1) should go in box (B) in the argument diagram c. (1) should go in box (C) in the argument diagram d. My Connect Courses Library Resources 2 out of 2 points 3
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9/21/2017 Review Test Submission: Practice Homework 1 – 2017W1-... 2/21 (1) should go in box (D) or (C) in the argument diagram. It doesn't matter which. But it should not go in (B). e. (1) should go in box (B) or (C) or (D) in the argument diagram. It doesn't matter which. f. (1) isn't an important part of the reasoning. (1) should not go in any box in the diagram. Question 2 Analyze this argument or reasoning into its explicit premises and conclusion. Don't worry about implicit or unstated premises or conclusions. You can assume that it is an argument or reasoning. (1) A human being is constituted of both a mind and a body, and (2) the body does not survive death; therefore (3) human beings aren't immortal. Based on example used in class. Selected Answer: a. (3) should go in box (A) in the argument diagram Answers: a. (3) should go in box (A) in the argument diagram b. (3) should go in box (B) in the argument diagram c. (3) should go in box (C) in the argument diagram d. (3) should go in box (B) or (C) in the argument diagram. It doesn't matter which. e. (3) isn't an important part of the reasoning. (3) should not go in any box in the diagram. Question 3 2 out of 2 points 2 out of 2 points
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