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Logical Thinking Worksheet PHL/251 Version 4 1 University of Phoenix Material Logical Thinking Worksheet Use the following questions to guide you through your exploration of logical thinking and arguments. Answer the questions as completely as possible, and provide examples where needed. 1. What is a logical argument? A course of reasoning aimed at demonstrating a truth or falsehood 2. When and how do we use them? When you are sure of the facts and how is when u are trying to make a point to a person or crowd 3. What parts do they contain? Premise 1, premise 2, source, conclusion Syllogism 1. What makes something a syllogism? A statement that either affirm or deny a subject is a member of a certain class or a property 2. Why do people use syllogisms? To affirm or deny something 3. How do people create syllogisms? By asking the question in the right category, has 2 premises and 1 conclusion 4. Construct a syllogism. Label its parts. All toddlers are between 10-23 months.- premise 1 Lailah is 11 months. - premise 2
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This note was uploaded on 04/25/2011 for the course PHYS 102 taught by Professor Smichys during the Spring '11 term at Indiana Northwest.

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