Logic.Homework2 - Kevin Chang Intro to Logic 2.3 1. There...

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Kevin Chang Intro to Logic 2.3 1. There are students in film class Many of students in film class attend film screenings There are many students in film class Invalid, does not state whether there are many students in film class, only that many of the students in film class attend the screenings, thus it is an illogical error to assume that just because many students from the film class attend screenings that there are many students in the film class. 2. There are few students in film class Many of them attend film screenings There are many students in film class Invalid, the first premise and the conclusion contradict each other. 3. There are many students in the film class Only students in the film class attend screenings Many students attend film screenings Invalid, because although the first two premises can be correct statements, the conclusion that “many” students attend is a false assumption to make just because there are many students in the film class. 4. Some students turned their homework in on time Most of the students went to an all-night party A student who went to the party managed to turn his homework on time Invalid, there is no indication that a student who attending the all-night party handed their
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This note was uploaded on 12/14/2009 for the course INTRO TO L 730:201 taught by Professor Professor during the Spring '09 term at Rutgers.

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