Argument Validity - Argument Validity 2. The annual...

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Argument Validity 2. The annual rainfall in California’s north valley averages twenty-three inches. So the rainfall next year will be twenty-three inches. C. Possibly true possibly false. There are no facts supporting the fact that the rainfall from the previous year will be the same or different. 3. You expect to get forty miles to the gallon in that? Why, that old wreck has a monster V8; besides, it’s fifty years old and needs an overhaul. A. True beyond a reasonable doubt. The premises that are stated are true therefore the conclusion is also true. 4. In three of the last four presidential races, the winner of the Iowa Republican Primary has not captured the Republican nomination. Therefore, the winner of the next Iowa Republican primary will not capture the Republican nomination. C. Possibly true possibly false. This conclusion can either be true or false. Although, in recent years the republican primary has not captures the republican nomination we cannot predict the future.
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This note was uploaded on 07/19/2011 for the course CRT 205 205 taught by Professor Jimmy during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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