Exersise 7-9 Argument Validity

Exersise 7-9 Argument Validity - students from Central...

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2. The annual rainfall in California’s north valley averages twenty-three inches. So the rainfall next year will be twenty-three inches. 2A. Probably True 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. 3A. Possibly true or possibly false 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. 4A Probably True 6. The number of cellular telephones has increased dramatically in each of the past few years. Therefore there will be even more of them in use this coming year. 6A. True beyond reasonable doubt 7. Since the graduates of Harvard, Yale, Princeton, and other Ivy League schools generally score higher on the Graduate Record Examination than
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Unformatted text preview: students from Central State, it follows that the Ivy League schools do more toward educating their students than Central State does. 7A Probably True 8. Michael Jackson has had more plastic surgery than anybody else in California. You can bet he’s had more than anybody in Connecticut! 8A. possibly true or possibly false 10. When liquor was banned in 1920, hospitalizations for alcoholism and related diseases plummeted; in 1933, when Prohibition was repealed, alcohol-related illnesses rose sharply again. Legalization of cocaine, heroin, and marijuana would not curb abuse of those substances. 10A. Probably True 11. Relax. The kid’s been delivering the paper for, how long? Three, four years maybe? And not once has she missed us. The paper will be here, just wait and see. She’s just been delayed for some reason. 11A. True beyond reasonable doubt...
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This note was uploaded on 12/18/2011 for the course ACCOUNTING 225 taught by Professor Mattwilliams during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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