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Answer equivocation illicit minor four terms fallacy

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Answer equivocation illicit minor four-terms fallacy invalid conversion 5 points Question 9 1. If one of the statements in a syllogism is particular , the conclusion _____________. Answer must be particular. must be universal. can be particular or universal. must be singular. 5 points Question 10 1. Which one of the following is an example of a hypothetical statement? Answer Either I will go to the store or I will go to the bank. If Karen returns, then I will return also. Robert is not a very nice man. All of the above. 5 points Question 11 1. Premises in syllogisms can be ________________. Answer true false valid all of the above
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a and b 5 points Question 12 1. Which one of the following statements is a universal proposition? Answer Karen is a woman. All women are mortal. Some women are caring persons. Karen is a woman and knows many women herself. 5 points Question 13 1. In the following syllogism, the major term is _______________. All human beings are mortal. Ann is a human being. Ann is mortal. Answer human beings Ann mortal none of the above 5 points Question 14 1. When the premises are true and the syllogism is valid, we have a(n) _______ argument. Answer illogical perfect sound inductive 5 points Question 15 1. Which one of the following hypothetical syllogisms is invalid ?
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