6 Questions |
By Kdelapla | Last updated: Feb 23, 2016
| Total Attempts: 1627
Here's a short quiz on the concepts discussed in this tutorial.
Questions and Answers
In logic, the term “argument” always implies some kind of emotional confrontation.
The same argument can be written in more than one way, using different words, different sentences and different sentence organization.
In ordinary language we often rely on implicit background assumptions when both presenting and interpreting arguments.
"An argument is a set of claims, or statements."Is this enough to count as a proper definition of an argument?
Yes, it's enough.
No, it's not enough.
Is the following argument is written in "standard form"?"Peanut butter is healthier for you than ordinary butter. It's got peanuts, for one thing, and peanuts have protein and nutrients that ordinary butter doesn't."
Yes, it's written in standard form.
No, it's not written in standard form.
"Whales are mammals, so of course they breathe air."This argument relies on an implicit (unstated) premise in order to infer the conclusion. Choose the best candidate for this implicit premise.
Read each statement, and then select A. if the statement is An Argument or B. if the statement is Not An Argument. An Argument is defined as a controversial statement, frequently called a claim, supported by evidence and a...
Questions: 12 | Attempts: 1056 | Last updated: Jan 9, 2013
People should ride bicycles more, because air pollution is really a problem in the city.
Argument is part of the English curriculum where we try to understand how to go about an argument. This comes in handy to professions such as law. This in particular tests your knowledge on the parts of an argument.
Questions: 10 | Attempts: 389 | Last updated: Jan 31, 2018
Which is the conclusion in the following argument:Death penalty should be illegal. Murder is always wrong