42 QUESTION 33Janet is trying to solve a syllogism. The particular sequencing of the terms has prevented her from reaching an accurate conclusion. Instead of first deciding whether the syllogism is deductively valid, she jumps to a conclusion. Janet was influenced by - - - - - effects/reasoning.
QUESTION 34- - - - - are/is a type of artificial intelligence that simulate the reasoning of competent individuals in a particular area of specialty. These programs typically use “if-then”rules to represent knowledge.
QUESTION 35 Consider the following rule: If a card has an L on one side, it has a picture of an apple on the other side. Four cards are placed on the desk in front of you. The letters C and L are showing and the pictures of an apple and an orange are showing. If all four cards have a letter on one side and a fruit on the other side, which of the following sets of cards should you turn over to see if the rule is being violated. 1. The card with the L and the card with the orange 2. The card with the L and the card with the apple 3. The card with the C and the card with the orange 4. The card with the C and the card with the apple Total