CRT 205 Argument Validity W 7 checkpoint 1

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Week 7   CheckPoint 1: Argument Validity   2. (b) Probably true 3. (c) Possibly true and possibly false; in fact, probably false 4. (c) Possibly true and possibly false 6. (b) Probably true 7. (c) Possibly true and possibly false. There are plenty of other reasons for  the differences in GRE scores. 8. (b) Probably true 10. (b) Probably true 11. (c) Possibly true but possibly false    1. The sign on the parking meter says “Out of Order,” so the meter isn’t working. (b) Probably true, there would be no reason for someone to put an “out of order”’ sign on a meter unless it was genuinely out-of-order. Of course, it is not true beyond a reasonable doubt because it could have been fixed and someone forgot to remove the sign or someone is holding that spot under false pretenses. 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. There is no way of predicting a rainfall in the valley. Just like any natural force of nature, you cannot put an exact prediction on it. The rainfall could be higher and it could be lower. Since in the past though, this was the average, it could be possible that this will occur again this year. 3.
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