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5/11/10 1:10 PM CourseCompass Page 1 of 5 http://cp02.coursecompass.com/webapps/portal/frameset.jsp?url=%2Fbin%2Fcommon%2Fcourse.pl%3Fcourse_id%3D_103011_1 COURSES > PHILOSOPHY 6, SPRING 2010, DYAS (0412) > TESTS > REVIEW ASSESSMENT: QUIZ #4: CHAPTER EIGHT, PART 1 Review Assessment: Quiz #4: Chapter Eight, Part 1 Name: Quiz #4: Chapter Eight, Part 1 Status : Completed Score: 30 out of 40 points Instructions: For Questions 6 - 11 , choose the correct type of definition from the choices given. For Questions 12 - 24 , choose the correct fallacy from the choices given. For Questions 25 - 40 , please fill in the blank using the abbreviations in the list below. Each answer will be used at least once, and some will be used more than once : Begging the Question = BQ Complex Question = CQ Hasty Generalization = HG Biased Sample = BS Hasty Application of a Generalization = HAG Fake Precision = FP Coincidence = COIN Post Hoc Fallacy = PH Common Cause Fallacy = CC Slippery Slope = SS NOTE: You must enter the abbreviations exactly as they appear in the list above, or else your answer will not be counted as correct. Question 1 True/False 1 of 1 points A lexical definition can be determined by consulting a dictionary. Selected Answer: true Question 2 True/False 1 of 1 points The extension of a term is what it denotes. Selected Answer: true Question 3 True/False 0 of 1 points The intension of a term is what it connotes. Selected Answer: false Question 4 True/False 1 of 1 points
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5/11/10 1:10 PM CourseCompass Page 2 of 5 http://cp02.coursecompass.com/webapps/portal/frameset.jsp?url=%2Fbin%2Fcommon%2Fcourse.pl%3Fcourse_id%3D_103011_1 A functional definition describes how an object looks. Selected Answer: false Question 5 True/False 1 of 1 points Ostensive definitions are used only with children learning new terms. Selected Answer: false Question 6 Multiple Choice 1 of 1 points Scissors are used to cut material or paper. Selected Answer: Functional Question 7 Multiple Choice 0 of 1 points Science is the systematic knowledge gained through observation and experiment. Selected Answer: Precising Question 8 Multiple Choice 1 of 1 points A felony is a major crime, such as murder, rape, or arson. Selected Answer:
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