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• Why are there so many cases of police brutality with African Americans?
Why are there so many cases of police brutality with African Americans?
Racism is tought and unfortuantely, many white Americans come from families of slave owners and thus racism has been passed down from generations.

• Supply the missing premise to have a AII-1 argument. (P1.) A number of women are mothers. (P2.) _____________________. (C) Some mothers are OFWs.
Supply the missing premise to have a AII-1 argument. (P1.) A number of women are mothers. (P2.) _____________________. (C) Some mothers are OFWs.
None is possible. One cannot have a Fig.1 argument here since the Major Term is not in the first (major) premise. Any type of proposition can be constructed as long as the subject is OFWs.

• No X are YAll X are ZTherefore, some Y are Z.
No X are YAll X are ZTherefore, some Y are Z.
None of the above.None of the above. The given argument DOES NOT observe the Standard form of categorical syllogisms. Remember that in the Figure and Mood of syllogisms, only the four (4) figures are valid (acceptable) and that it is required that the Major Term (the Predicate of the Conclusion must always appear in the first premise (or Major premise). In the given argument, term Z is the Major Term but appears in the second premise.

• All X are YAll X are ZTherefore, all Z are Y.
All X are YAll X are ZTherefore, all Z are Y.
AAA-3AAA-3. The mood of the argument is defined by the combination of the propositions. Take note that all given propositions are A-type propositions. Premise 1 is an A proposition and Premise 2 is an A proposition while the conclusion is an A proposition as well. Hence, we have a combination of AAA. The Figure of the argument is defined by the arrangement of the Middle Term and in this argument, the Middle Term is arranged according to Figure 3 appearing as Subject in both premises.