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a) I guess that shows; You know what?; And; I think this all shows that b) I guess that shows; Yesterday; You know what?; And; I think this all shows that c) Whenever I skip lunch. I guess that shows; You know what?; And; I think this all shows that 2. Consider the following two premises: “Yesterday, my lunch was terrible” and “I can’t remember ever having a good lunch.” These premises are ________. a) linked b) convergent 3. Which of the following is the list of all the sub-conclusions in the argument? a) Lunch can be skipped with little ill-effect.; Whenever I skip lunch, I don’t miss it. b) Lunch is never all that satisfying; Lunch can be skipped with little ill-effect. c) Lunch is never all that satisfying; Lunch is the least important meal of the day. 4. Which of the following legends is correct? a) MC: Lunch is the least important meal of the day. P1: Yesterday, my lunch was terrible. P2: I can’t remember ever having a good lunch. P3: You know what? C1: Lunch is never all that satisfying. C2: Lunch can be skipped with little ill effect. b) MC: Lunch is the least important meal of the day. P1: Yesterday, my lunch was terrible. P2: I can’t remember ever having a good lunch. P3: Whenever I skip lunch, I don’t miss it. C1: Lunch is never all that satisfying. C2: Lunch can be skipped with little ill effect. c) MC: Lunch is the least important meal of the day. P1: Yesterday, my lunch was terrible. P2: I can’t remember ever having a good lunch. P3: Whenever I skip lunch, I don’t miss it. C1: Lunch is never all that satisfying. C2: You know what? C3: Lunch can be skipped with little ill effect.
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Good Reasoning Matters! A Constructive Approach to Critical Thinking, Fifth Edition © Oxford University Press Canada, 2012 5. Which of the following diagrams of the argument is correct? a) P1 P2 P3 C1 C2 MC b) P1 + P2 P3 C1 C2 MC c) P1 P2 P3 C1 C2 MC Passage 8 Bears have never helped human beings in anything. For that reason, we must conclude that they are capable only of violence. Anything only capable of violence is a godless killing machine. So, it follows that bears are godless killing machines. All godless killing machines must be destroyed. Therefore, all bears must be destroyed. Who’s with me?!” 1. Which of the following correctly lists the passage’s noise? a) For that reason, we must conclude; So, it follows that; All; Therefore b) For that reason, we must conclude; Anything only; So, it follows that; Therefore c) For that reason, we must conclude; So, it follows that; Therefore; Who’s with me?! 2. Consider the following two premises: “Bears are only capable of violence” and “Anything only capable of violence is a godless killing machine.” These premises are ________. a)
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