Unstated Premises Quiz

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Results Reporter Out of 8 questions, you answered 6 correctly with a final grade of 75% 6 correct (75%) 2 incorrect (25%) 0 unanswered (0%) Your Results: The correct answer for each question is indicated by a  1 CORRECT When evaluating an argument, one should always take into consideration the existence and  merit of any unstated premises. A) True B) False Feedback: Two good questions to ask when evaluating an argument are: "Is there a reasonable assumption I  could make that would make this argument valid?", or, "Is there a reasonable assumption I could make that  would make this argument strong?". 2 CORRECT Which of the following best identifies the term "therefore"? A) It is a premise indicator. B) It is a conclusion indicator. Feedback: 'Therefore' points to the claim the argument was constructed to prove.
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3 CORRECT Which of the following best identifies the term "since." A)
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