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Unformatted text preview: P1] (G & L) D [P2] ~D & L [C] ~G C. [P1] (G & L) D [P2] L ~D [C] ~G D. [P1] G (L D) [P2] ~D & L [C] ~G 49. The creation story in the book of Genesis is compatible with the theory of evolution but only if the creation story is not taken literally. If, as most scientists think, there is plenty of evidence for the theory of evolution, the Genesis story cannot be true if it is not compatible with evolution theory. Therefore, if the Genesis story is taken literally, it cannot be true. A. [P1] C ~L [P2] E (~C ~G) [C] L ~G B. [P1] ~L C [P2] E (~C ~G) [C] L ~G C. [P1] C ~L [P2] E (~G ~C) [C] L ~ G D. [P1] ~L C [P2] E (~G~C) [C] L ~G 50. If Jane does any of the following, she’s got an eating disorder: if she goes on eating binges for no apparent reason, if she looks forward to times when she can eat alone, or if she eats sensibly in front of others and makes up for it when she’s alone. Jane does in fact go on eating binges for no apparent reason. So it’s clear that she has an eating disorder. A. [P1] (F D) [P2] (B (L (S M))) [P2] B [C] D B. [P1] (B v L v S) D [P2] B [C] D C. [P1] (F D) [P2] (B v L v S) M [P3] B [C] D 51. For the following argument, make a table of your choice to determine which of the suggested answers is correct (3 points). P1. Q L P2. P M P3. R v P P4. R (~Q & S) C. ~M L A. A table will show that the argument is valid because it is not possible for the premises to all be true and the conclusion to be false. B. A table will show that the argument is not valid because it is possible for the premises to all be true and the conclusion to be false on more than one row, or for more than one assignment of values to the letters. C. A table will show that the argument is not valid because it is possible to make all the premises true and the conclusion false with the following assignment: L=F, M=F, P=T, Q=T, R=T, S=T. D. A table will show that the argument is not valid because it is possible to make all the premises true and the conclusion...
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