Humn210 - Assn 1-4 - Worksheet: Premise, Conclusion, and...

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Worksheet: Premise, Conclusion, and Natural Order HUMN 210 Name: _________________Pete Barnard__________________________________________________________________________________ Part 1 : For each argument listed on the assignment on the course website, identify what role each italicized statement plays. Is it a premise or conclusion? 1. premise 2. conclusion 3. conclusion 4. premise 5. premise 6. conclusion 7. premise 8. conclusion 9. conclusion 10. premise
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(Be sure to complete Part 2 below)Part 2 : For arguments a), c), e), g), and i) on the assignment on the course website, put the premise first and draw the conclusion at the end like the form provided below: 1) <Put your premise here> ------------------- 2) Thus, <Put your conclusion here> For Example: 1) Kevin's dog ate his homework. ------------------- 2) Thus, Kevin could not turn in his homework. Note: As you type your response, remember the following: a. Never use premise indicator words. b. All statements must be numbered.
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This note was uploaded on 02/11/2012 for the course HUMN 210 taught by Professor Mrfranklin during the Spring '11 term at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine & Science.

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Humn210 - Assn 1-4 - Worksheet: Premise, Conclusion, and...

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