Critical Thinking 9e, Chapter 2 Instructor's Manual

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Answers to Chapter 2 Homework Assignemnt Exercise 2-1 Odds Only 1. Inductive 3. True 5. True 7. Deductive 9. False Exercise 2-3 Evens Only 2. Premise: The Lakers almost didn’t beat the Kings. Conclusion: They’ll never get past Dallas. 4. Premise: That cat is used to dogs. Conclusion: Probably she won’t be upset if you bring home a new dog for a pet. 6. Premises: The state police have a weight limit. Moscone is over the weight limit. (These two premises could be combined into a single conjunctive premise.) Conclusion: Moscone will never make it into the state police. 8. Premise: He wastes his time watching daytime TV. (Although stated as a question, the claim is clear enough.) Conclusion: He doesn’t have a thing to do. 10. Premise: The clunk comes only when I pedal. Conclusion: The problem is in the chain, the crank, or the pedals. Exercise 2-4 Evens Only 2. Premises: Kera, Sherry, and Bobby were all carded at JJ’s. They all look as though they’re about thirty. Conclusion: I’ll be carded too.
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2011 for the course PHIL 110 taught by Professor Kay during the Spring '07 term at S.F. State.

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