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OL_INTRODUCTION TO LOGIC _7665A893 (PHIL_1207665A893) > TOOLS > MY GRADES > VIEW ATTEMPTS > REVIEW ASSESSMENT: FINAL EXAM Review Assessment: Final Exam User Chin In (Judite) HO Submitted 3/18/09 6:00 PM Name Final Exam Status Completed Score 100 out of 100 points Time Elapsed 0 hours, 56 minutes, and 44 seconds out of 2 hours and 0 minutes allowed. Instructions For questions #1-#4, identify the conclusion for each argument. For questions #5-#18, select the correct answers. For questions #19-#20, type out the entire proofs in the essay box provided (you cannot use CP or AIP). Your final exam score will not appear until I've manually graded your proofs. Question 1 3 out of 3 points The significance of meat eating for future human evolution was enormous. Not only did it provide a secure source of high quality protein, but as an accidental by product, it made possible the development of larger brains. The nutritive demands of nerve tissue are high--higher in fact than the demands of the other types of tissue in the human body. One can meet these demands on a vegetarian diet, but the overall nutritive value of a given amount of such food is less than that of the same amount of meat. Selected Answer: The significance of meat eating for future human evolution was enormous. Correct Answer: The significance of meat eating for future human evolution was enormous.
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Question 2 3 out of 3 points Almost all terrestrial species spend their entire lives within a narrow zone that extends from a few tens of meters above the tops of the trees to a few meters below Earth's surface. Therefore, terrestrial organisms are relatively easy to study, as they are readily accessible and visible to the scientist. In contrast, ocean life is present throughout the depth of the ocean waters, and for several meters, or more, into the sediment. (Douglas A Segar, Introduction to Ocean Sciences) Selected Answer: Terrestrial organisms are relatively easy to study. Correct Answer:
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This note was uploaded on 02/10/2011 for the course PHILOSOPHY 100 taught by Professor Notsure during the Spring '08 term at Edmonds Community College.

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