NAME:
Math 210.01, Fall 2012, Reading Quiz 1
Instructions: Answer true or false to whether each of the following assertions
was made or indicated somewhere in the the Blog article Top 10 Logical Fallacies
in Politics.
1. Ignoratio elenchi literally means
NAME:
Math 210.01, Fall 2012, Reading Quiz 7
Instructions: Answer true or false to whether each of the following assertions.
The rst 5 pertain to the article The Presentation of Probability to the Jury.
The last ve pertain to the article A formula for jus
Midterm Review,
Math 210G-04, Spring 2011
The barbers paradox asks the
following:
A) In a village, the barber shaves everyone who
does not shave himself, but no one else. Who
shaves the barber?
B) In a town, one barber cannot stay in business
but two barb
Midterm Examination Review
Fall, 2012
MATH 210G
Instructions: You will be expected to SHOW WORK to justify your solutions.
1. Answer each of the statements as true or false
There will be a problem on the midterm with ten true/false items taken directly fr
Midterm Review Solutons
Math 210G-04, Spring 2011
The barbers paradox asks the
following:
Zenos paradox of achilles and the
tortoise asserts that
Russells paradox implies that
A tautology is a statement that is
The Pythagoreans were divided
into mathematk
MATH 210G
Midterm Examination Review
Spring 2013
Instructions: You will be expected to SHOW WORK to justify your solutions. NOTE:
on the actual exam, there will be one true-false problem worth 5 points. There will be 6
additional problems each worth 20 po
NAME:
Math 210.01, Fall 2012, Reading Quiz 4
Instructions: Answer true or false to whether each of the following assertions
was made or indicated somewhere in the video Archimedes and the Quest for
the Theory of Everything .
1. Gdels theorem implies: math
NAME:
Math 210.01, Fall 2012, Reading Quiz 2
Instructions: Answer true or false to whether each of the following assertions
was made or indicated somewhere in the Article Twenty Questions about Mathematical Reasoning .
1. Most people engage often in rigor
NAME:
Math 210.01, Fall 2012, Reading Quiz 3
Instructions: Answer true or false to whether each of the following assertions
was made or indicated somewhere in the Article The Chess Master and the
Computer.
1. When he became world chess champion, Garry Kas
NAME:
Math 210.01, Fall 2012, Reading Quiz 5
Instructions: Answer true or false to whether each of the following assertions
was made or indicated somewhere in the article Does Psi Exist?.
1. In the article, psi refers to the unit of measurement, pounds pe
NAME:
Math 210.01, Fall 2012, Reading Quiz 6
Instructions: Answer true or false to whether each of the following assertions
was made or indicated somewhere in the Supreme Court opinion on MATRIXX
INITIATIVES, INC., ET AL., PETITIONERS v. JAMES SIRACUSANO
NAME:
Math 210.01, Fall 2012, Reading Quiz 5
Instructions: Answer true or false to whether each of the following assertions
was made or indicated somewhere in the article Does Psi Exist?.
1. The term psi includes telepathy or other forms of extrasensory p
NAME:
Math 210.01, Fall 2012, Reading Quiz 8
Instructions: Answer true or false to whether each of the following assertions
was made or indicated somewhere in the article The Biggest Numbers in the
Universe.
1. The earliest numbers were collections of peb
MATH210 D01
April 20, 2015
Analyzing Lyrics for Fallacies
Beatles:
All you need is love, love is all you need
The Hasty Generalization fallacy can be applied to this because it cannot be proved that every single
situation can be solved with love. Not enou