Number of believing physicists increases the probably

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number of believing physicists increases the probably that God exists, then his or her argument is inductive. 8. Inductive support Exercise 2-8 1. Separate arguments 2. Single argument IM – 2 | 4
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3. Single arguments 4. Single argument 5. Separate arguments 6. Separate arguments 7. Separate arguments 8. Single argument 9. Separate arguments 10. Separate arguments 11. Single argument 12. Separate arguments 13. Does not contain separate arguments Exercise 2-9 1. To explain 2. To explain 3. To argue 4. To explain 5. To argue 6. To argue 7. To explain 8. To argue 9. To argue 10. To explain Exercise 2-10 1. a 2. b 3. b 4. a 5. c 6. a 7. a 8. c 9. c 10. a IM – 2 | 5
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Exercise 2-11 1. Anyone who keeps his or her word is a person of good character. 2. You can't get an A in a course without having gotten an A on the final. 3. We have a right to invade any country that poses a threat to us. 4. One cannot murder someone without being in the same room. 5. Anyone who votes against gun control is a liberal. 6. People with gentle souls go to heaven. 7. Anyone who commits murder should be executed. 8. If only 8 people show up the party isn't a success. 9. If someone proved Goldbach's conjecture, he or she is the greatet mathematician ever. 10. All squeaking fans need oil. Exercise 2-12 1. Puddles everywhere usually indicate a recent rain. 2. Most likely the battery is weak if the lights are dim. 3. Probably Simpson's blood wouldn't match that on the glove found at the victim's condo if Simpson hadn't killed her. 4. The next day after a week of cold weather usually is cold. 5. People who aren't very good with animals generally don't make good parents. 6. When a dog scratches a lot it is almost always due to fleas or dry skin. 7. Having leftovers is an indication that a party wasn’t successful. 8. Rifle owners usually belong to the NRA. 9. Eating a dessert with caffeine can interfere with your sleep. 10. My cold probably would not have disappeared like magic if I had not taken Zicam. Exercise 2-13 1. IM – 2 | 6
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2. 3. 4. 5. We’ve duplicated (1) and (2) to keep lines from crossing. IM – 2 | 7
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Exercise 2-14 We’ve made the unstated claims in items 3 and 5 explicit. 1. 1. Your distributor is the problem. 2. There’s no current at the spark plugs. 3. If there’s no current at the plugs, then either your alternator is shot or your distributor is defective. 4. [Unstated:] Either your alternator is shot, or your distributor is defective. 5. If the problem were in the alternator, then your dash warning light would be on. 6. The light isn’t on. 2. 1. The federal deficit must be reduced. 2. It [the deficit] has contributed to inflation. 3. It [the deficit] has hurt American exports.
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