CRT205 checkpoint argument validity

CRT205 checkpoint argument validity - 2 The conclusion for...

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2. The conclusion for this argument is possibly true or possibly false . Even though the premise about the rainfall is fact based, the rainfall is based on an average. While it is very likely that the rainfall in that certain area of California could produce twenty-three of rain next year, based on average the rainfall could be more or less that twenty-three. Plus it hard to predict events that will happen in the future, much less the future weather, since the weather can change on a dime. 3. The conclusion to the argument is probably true . Since we really only know that the vehicle in question is old and most likely in bad condition, one cannot properly judge the full mileage one would get. While it is true that someone could of taken the car and given it an overhaul and now can get more full mileage, one cannot be certain. 4. The conclusion to the argument is possibly true or possible false . The premise is trying to base the future on past events and that history will repeat itself. One should consider the fact that in three out of the past four races, the winner of the Iowa Republican primary has lost the Republican nomination does
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2010 for the course CRT crt 205 taught by Professor Hailimarotti during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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