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- 1.Another name for an if-then statement is a _______? Every conditional has two parts. The part following if is the _______?, and the part following then is the _______? (In-order)
- A.
Conditional; conclusion; hypothesis

- B.
Hypothesis; conclusion; conditional

- C.
Hypothesis; conditional; conclusion

- D.
Conditional; hypothesis; conclusion

- 2.Which of the following choices shows a true conditional with the hypothesis and conclusion identified correctly? Conditional Statement If yesterday was Wednesday, then tomorrow is Friday.
- A.
Hypothesis: Yesterday was Wednesday. conclusion: Tomorrow is Friday.

- B.
Hypothesis: Tomorrow is Friday. conclusion: Yesterday was Wednesday.

- C.
Hypothesis: The day before Thursday. conclusion: The day after Thursday.

- D.
Hypothesis: The day after Tuesday. conclusion: The day before Friday.

- 3.What is the contra-positive of "If it is Thursday, then Terrence has basketball practice".
- A.
If it is not Thursday, then Terrence does not have basketball practice.

- B.
If Terrence has basketball practice, then it is Thursday.

- C.
If Terrence does not have basketball practice, then it is not Thursday.

- D.
Terrence has basketball practice if and only if it is Tuesday.

- 4.Solve for χ. (12χ + 7χ=23)
- A.
-4.6

- B.
4.6

- C.
1.21

- D.
0.82

- 5.
- There are no dancers that aren't slim.
- There are no singers that aren't dancers.

- A.
All singers are slim.

- B.
Any slim person is also a singer.

- C.
There are no slim dancers.

- D.
None of the above

- 6.
- All dogs are mammals.
- All mammals are warm-blooded. Which statement must be true based on these two statements?

- A.
All dogs are warm-blooded.

- B.
All warm-blooded are dogs.

- C.
All mammals are warm-blooded.

- D.
None of the above

- 7.All crows are black. All black birds are loud. All crows are birds. Statement can be made: All crows are loud.
- A.
True

- B.
False

- C.
Insufficient information

- D.
None of the above

- 8.Mike finished ahead of Paul. Paul and Brian both finished before Liam. Owen did not finish last. Who was the last to finish?
- A.
Owen

- B.
Brian

- C.
Liam

- D.
Mike

- 9.When is an inference deductively valid?
- A.
Its conclusion follows logically from its premises.

- B.
Its statement follows logically from its premises.

- C.
Its conclusion does not logically from its premises.

- D.
All of the above

- 10.A is equal to B. B is also equal to C. Then we can conclude
- A.
A is equal to C

- B.
B is equal to C

- C.
A is not equal to C

- D.
None of the above

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