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Translating Claims into Standard Form 1

 

Translate each of the following into a standard-form claim. Make sure that each answer follows the exact form of an A-, E-, I-, or O-claim and that each term you use is a noun or noun phrase that refers to a class of things. Remember that you’re trying to produce a claim that’s equivalent to the one given; it doesn’t matter whether the given claim is actually true.

Not every lizard is a salamander.

Multiple Choice

Some lizards are not salamanders.

Not every salamander is a lizard.

Some salamanders are not lizards.

 

 

 

 

Only reptiles can be lizards.

Multiple Choice

All reptiles are lizards.

All lizards are reptiles.

 

 

 

Snakes are the only members of the suborder Ophidia.

Multiple Choice

All snakes are members of the suborder Ophidia.

Some snakes are not members of the suborder Ophidia.

All members of the suborder Ophidia are snakes.

 

 

 

The only members of the suborder Ophidia are snakes.

Multiple Choice

All snakes are members of the suborder Ophidia.

All members of the suborder Ophidia are snakes.

 

 

 

Anything that’s an alligator is a reptile.

Multiple Choice

All alligators are reptiles.

All reptiles are alligators.

 

 

 

 

Most logic exercises are easy.

Multiple Choice

Some logic exercises are easy.

Some logic exercises are not easy.

All logic exercises are easy.

 

 

 

Drag each concept to its corresponding definition.

 

 

 

Which of the following arguments are valid or invalid? (Remember, an argument is valid when the truth of its premises guarantees the truth of its conclusion.)

 

 

 

 

 

Which of the following arguments are valid or invalid? (Remember, an argument is valid when the truth of its premises guarantees the truth of its conclusion.)

 

 

 

When you build a truth table for a claim, you

Multiple Choice

determine whether the three terms are truth-functionally equivalent.

determine the truth value of the compound claim.

present all the possible circumstances for an argument.

determine the necessary and sufficient conditions for the claim.

 

 

 

If John goes to the game, then Michael will also go.

Michael went to the game.

Therefore, we can conclude that John went to the game.

This is an example of which invalid argument form?

Multiple Choice

Affirming the consequent

Denying the antecedent

Undistributed Middle

Bandwagon fallacy

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