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Unformatted text preview: PHIL 102 Logic and Reasoning --- Test 30 March--- 45 min. Each question is worth 5 marks. Total 95 marks + 5 bonus marks = 100 marks A. Multiple choice questions (one correct answer) 1. The four logical connectives are a. Conjunctions, conditionals, compounds, and disjunctions b. Conjunctions, statements, disjuncts, and conditionals c. Conditionals, disjunctions, negations, and conjunctions d. Conjuncts, disjuncts, conditionals, and negations 2. A conditional is false only when the antecedent is a. True and the consequent is false b. False and the consequent is false c. True and the consequent is true d. False and the consequent is true 3. He supported the revolution, and he was arrested without being charged is a. . . a. Negation b. Disjunction c. Conditional d. Conjunction 4. The four standard forms of categorical statements are a. All S are P; Some S are P; Some S are not P; All S are S b. All S are P; Some S are P; All S are not P; Some S are not P c. All S are P; No S are not P; No S are P; All P are S d. All S are P; Some S are P; Some S are not P; No S are P 5. Categorical statements make simple assertions about. . .Categorical statements make simple assertions about....
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2011 for the course PHIL 102 taught by Professor Rug during the Spring '11 term at University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.

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