Bayes Theorem Practice Mickey and Ann have a friend that cleans compulsively and well. Needless to say, they invite him to dinner whenever the dishes start piling up. On one such occasion, over their
GETTING LOGICAL SYMBOLS IN MICROSOFT WORD
This process allows you to get logical symbols in the computer software
Microsoft Word. After choosing the symbols you want to use, you can specify
what keys
QUESTION 1
Adrian's car has a flat tire. Someone must have slashed it with
a knife.
Deductive,
a valid.
.
b weak.
.
Inductive,
Deductive,
c invalid.
.
Deductive,
d unsound.
.
Inductive,
e strong.
.
10
1.
QUESTION 1
What is the probability of drawing a red king from a poker deck (no jokers) on a
single draw?
a 1/26
.
b 1/52
.
c 1/13
.
d 1/4
.
e 2/13
.
6.7 points
1.
QUESTION 2
Event 3C
Given the foll
QUESTION 1
Movado's offering an ivory dial is a sufficient condition for Breitling's having a ruby model if Gucci's
offering a better warranty is a necessary condition for Fossil's being water resista
1.
QUESTION 1
INSTRUCTIONS: Select the correct translation for each problem.
Seabourn revises its menu given that Norwegian and Princess halt tipping, unless Oceania
enlarges its fleet if and only if
QUESTION 1
a
.
Which of the following are both intensional definitions?
Etymological definition, enumerative definition.
Synonymous definition, definition by genus and
b difference.
.
c
.
d
.
e
.
De
1.
QUESTION 1
What is the probability of getting at least 1 head on 3 successive tosses of a coin?
a 5/8
.
b 1/8
.
c 15/16
.
d 7/8
.
e 3/4
.
6.7 points
QUESTION 2
1.
Given an urn containing 3 red ball
1.
QUESTION 1
INSTRUCTIONS: Select the conclusion that follows in a single step from the
given premises. Throughout this test, write your answer on the form provided. Erasure marks
may cause the gradi
1.
QUESTION 1
Throughout this test, write your answer on the form provided. Erasure marks may
cause the grading machine to mark your answer wrong.
Categorical Proposition 1F
Given the categorical prop
3 notions of probability:
1. "Classical" probability: operates with known probabilities for certain
outcomes under the assumption that each outcome is equally probable.
(Games of chance)
# of ways som
Logic - the eld of study concerned with analyzing arguments and appraising their
correctness or in correctness
Critical thinking - refers to many different activities and abilities involved in the
tho
Philosophy 120 Chapter 11, Homework I Calculate the following using the Classical Theory of Probability. Express your answer both as a fraction and as fair odds. 1) Chances of a fair coin landing head
Philosophy 120 Chapter 11, Homework II Identify whether the following pairs of events are independent: 1) Flipping two coins 2) Flipping a coin twice 3) Being dealt two aces is a game of Texas Holdem
Philosophy 120 Chapter 11, Homework III Calculate the following Texas Holdem odds (you are dealt exactly two cards) 1) A pair 2) A pair of aces 3) Two suited cards 4) Suited Ace/King 5) Beer hand (two
Philosophy 120 Chapter 11, Homework IV Identify whether the following events are mutually exclusive: 1) Eating a hamburger or eating a hotdog 2) Running or walking 3) Drawing a king or a queen from a
Philosophy 120 Chapter 11, Homework V Use probability to determine the rational decision in the following cases: 1) You are playing poker, and you have a decent, but not great hand. Using some method,
Phil 120 Review Sheet Chapter One Know the following definitions and be able to identify the following concepts: Deductive Argument Valid/Invalid Argument Sound Argument Inductive Argument Strong/Weak
Chapter 9 Analogical Reasoning What it is and its form The six guidelines and how to apply them The method/form of: -Legal Reasoning -Moral Reasoning Be ready to apply to an issue by making your own a
PHIL 120: Critical Thinking, Fall 2014
Professor Martin Curd
BRNG 7129: 49-44289; 49-44275
[email protected]
Office hours: H: 2:00-4:00, aba
Required texts:
Bruce Waller, Critical Thinking: Consider the
Ambiguity - a word or expression is ambiguous when it has several distinct, non
overlapping meanings
3 kinds of ambiguity
1. Equivocation - when a single word or phrase is used in at least two differe
UNDERSTANDING
ARGUMENTS
Chapter 3: The Language of Argument [pp. 51-75]
ARGUMENT MARKERS
Language is the material out of which arguments are constructed, just like
houses can be constructed of wood o