A+ ANSWERS OF THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS

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1. Question : What best characterizes stroke pie?
It is a favorite American dessert
It is a way of assessing how broad an individual’s base of support is
It should feature a single individual as the sole support of another
it has to do only with financial support, not emotional support

2. Question : Roberto needed community resources for his family but felt resistant to seeking them because he was:
Too proud
Suspicious of government agencies
Turned off by workers who did not speak his language and all the paperwork
All of the above

3. Question : The NAEYC accreditation standards
Put relationships as their first category
Emphasize academics
Have only four standards
All of the above

1. Question : Which of these could be seen as a premise in an argument?
Rectangles have four sides.
Apples are better than oranges.
John likes to read long books.
All of the above

2. Question : A valid deductive argument, the premises of which are accepted as true, shows
that the conclusion must be true.
that the conclusion must be false.
that arguments are best avoided.
that reasoning is overrated.

3. Question : “You didn’t like that book; so you probably don’t like to read” is
a weak inductive argument.
a strong deductive argument.
not an argument.
a valid inductive argument.

1. Question : In the statement, “You didn’t like that restaurant; so you probably don’t like to eat out,” “you probably don’t like to out” is the
premise.
pretense.
Conclusion.
concussion.

2. Question : If a reason that is not relevant to the conclusion is given,
Student Answer:
that reason must be false.
that reason must be true.
that reason must not have anything to do with the conclusion.
that reason is the only one needed to accept the conclusion.

3. Question : Which of the following is most likely to be a conclusion?
Given that Paris is in France
Consequently Paris is in France
Assuming Paris is in France
Have you ever been to Paris?

1. Question : Premises and conclusions have which of the following in common?
They are components of arguments
They are both expressed as sentences
A and B
None of the above

2. Question : A five year old boy who refuses to listen to reasons for going to bed could be called
irrational.
dogmatic.
skeptical.
Chthonic.

3. Question : Reasons given to support a conclusion are called
pretenses.
prehensile.
premises.
preposterous.

1. Question : An argument can have
no more than five premises.
only false premises.
only false conclusions.
any number of premises.

2. Question : A five year old boy who refuses to listen to reasons for going to bed could be called
irrational.
dogmatic.
skeptical.
Chthonic.

 

3. Question : In the statement, “You didn’t like that restaurant; so you probably don’t like to eat out,” “you probably don’t like to out” is the
premise.
pretense.
Conclusion.

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