Pg 252-255

# Pg 252-255 - Introduction to Logic 13th Edition...

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Introduction to Logic, 13th Edition. Pearson/CourseSmart, 12/28/2007. p. 252 2. EAA–1 (Rule #5 Drawing an affirmative conclusion from a negative premise) No M(D) is P(D). All S(D) is M(U). All S(D) is P(U). 3. IAO–3 (Rule #3 Fallacy of Illicit Major) Some M(U) is P(U). All M(D) is S(U). Some S(U) is not P(D). 4. OEO–4 (Rule #4 Exclusive Premises) Some P(U) is not M(D). No M(D) is S(D). Some S(U) is not P(D). *5. AAA–3 (Rule #3 Fallacy of Illicit Minor) All M(D) is P(U). All M(D) is S(U). All S(D) is P(U). 6. IAI–2 (Rule #2 Undistributed Middle) Some P(U) is M(U). All S(D) is M(U). Some S(U) is P(U). 7. OAA–3 (Rule # 5 Drawing an affirmative conclusion from a negative premise) Some M(U) is not P(D). All M(D) is S(U). All S(D) is P(U). 8. EAO–4 (Rule #6 Existential Fallacy) No P(D) is M(D).

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All M(D) is S(U). Some S(U) is not P(D). 9. OAI–3 (Rule #5 Drawing an affirmative conclusion from a negative premise) Some M(U) is not P(D). All M(D) is S(U).
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