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Chapter7[1]

# Chapter7[1] - Exercise 7.2(see the answers to 3.1 above 1Q...

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Unformatted text preview: Exercise 7.2 (see the answers to 3.1 above) 1Q l0. 14. 16. 18. undefended premises: defended premises: 2 conclusions: 2, 3 undefended premises: defended premises: 2 conclusions: 2, 3 undefended premises: defended premises: 1 conclusions: 1, 3 undefended premises: defended premises: — conclusions: 1 undefended premises: defended premises: - conclusions: 2 undefended premises: defended premises: 2 conclusions: 2, 3 undefended premises: defended premises: 3 conclusions: 3, 4 undefended premises: defended premises: 3 conclusions: 1, 3 undefended premises: defended premises: 3 conclusions: 3, 4 unde fended premises: defended premises: 3 conclusions: 1, 3 undefended premises: defended premises: 2 conclusions: 2, 3 undefended premises: defended premises: 2 conclusions: 2, 3 undefencled premises: defended premises: 2 Ix) la.) li-J [\J CHAPTER 7 53 ANSWERS TO ”[3" [EXERCISES conclusions: 1, 2 23. undefended premises: 2, 3, 5 defended premises: 1, 4 conclusions: 1, 4, 6 30. undefended premises: 2 defended premises: 3 conclusions: 1, 3 Exercise 7.4 (see the answers to 3.1 above) 2. the inference ﬁ'om 1 to 2 the inference from 2 to 3 4. the inference from 1 to 2 the inference from 2 to 3 6. the inference from 2 to 1 the inference from 1 to 3 8. the inference from 2 to 1 10. the inference from 1 to 2 12. the inference from 1 to 2 the inference from 2 to 3 14. the inference from 1 + 2 to 3 the inference from 3 to 4 16. the inference from 2 to 3 the inference from 3 £0 1 18. the inference from 1 + 2 to 3 the inference from 3 to 4 2D. the inference from 2 to 3 the inference from 3 to 1 22. the inference from 1 to 2 the inference from 2 to 3 24. the inference from 1 t0 2 the inference from 2 to 3 26. the inference from 3 to 2 the inference from 2 to 1 28. the inference from 2 to 1 the inference from 1 + 3 to 4 the inference from 4 + 5 to 6 30. the inference from 2 to 3 the inference from 3 to 1 54 Cl‘lAPTER 7 Exercise 7.6 (see the answers to 7.2 and 7.4 above). IQ evaluate l evaluate the inference from l to 2 evaluate the inference from 2 to 3 evaluate the argument as a whole 4. evaluate l evaluate the inference from 1 to 2 evaluate the inference from 2 to 3 evaluate the argument as a whole 6. evaluate 2 evaluate the inference from 2 to l evaluate the inference from 1 to 3 evaluate the argument as a Whole 8. evaluate 2 evaluate the inference from 2 to ] evaluate the argument as a whole 10. evaluate 1 evaluate the inference from 1 to 2 evaluate the argument as a whole 12. evaluate 1 evaluate the inference from 1 to 2 evaluate the inference from 2 to 3 evaluate the argument as a whole 14. evaluate 1 evaluate 2 evaluate the inference from 1 + 2 to 3 evaluate the inference l'rom 3 to 4 evaluate the argument as a whole 16. evaluate 2 evaluate the inference from 2 to 3 evaluate the inference from 3 to 1 evaluate the argument as a whole 18. evaluate 1 evaluate 2 evaluate the inference from 1 + 2 to 3 evaluate the inference from 3 to 4 evaluate the argument as a whole 20. evaluate 2 evaluate the inference from 2 to 3 SS h.) 1~..J 30. ANSWERS TO “B" EXERCISES evaluate the inference from 3 to 1 evaluate the argument as a whole evaluate 1 evaluate the inference from 1 to 2 evaluate the inference from 2 to 3 evaluate the argument as a whole evaluate 1 evaluate the inference from 1 to 2 evaluate the inference from 2 to 3 evaluate the argument as a whole evaluate 3 evaluate the inference from 3 to 2 evaluate the inference from 2 to 1 evaluate the argument as a whole evaluate 2 evaluate the inference from 2 to 1 evaluate 3 evaluate the inference from 1 + 3 to 4 evaluate 5 evaluate the inference from 4 + 5 to 6 evaluate the argument as a whole evaluate 2 evaluate the inference from 2 to 3 evaluate the inference from 3 to l evaluate the argument as a whole 56 ...
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