ALL QUIZZES TO NOW BE TAKEN ON CANVAS. YOU WILL FIND MARCH 25TH'S QUIZ UNDER ASSIGNMENTS
Indicator Memorizing Techniques
"A claim made without either proof or substantial argument is merely the mindless blathering of the ignoramus."
A little perspective when it comes to Logic tests/exams--not all of us need to excel in Logic to be what we are meant to be. I, your teacher, do not believe your marks define you.You are all brilliant in your own way: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TstkHB-f8LI
Sorry these aren't better formulated, but I wasn't able to change margins for my substitutions. Below are first the structure immediately followed by my substitution. Please do structure first, then the substitution (noun replacements). Conclusion is under each line. All four of these arguments had three statements.
PRACTICE QUIZ ANSWERS
1. All% are*: All Cats are mammals
All% are #: All cats are animals
All# are *: All animals are cats
2. If A then not B: If cat then not a tree
If C then not D: If dog then not a desk
If A then C: If cat then dog
3. All $ are &: All cats are felines
some ^ are not &: some mammals are not felines
Some $ aare not ^: some cats are not mammals
4. If A then either B or C: If cis-human, then either cis-male or cis-female
If B then D: If cis-male, then son
If C then D: If cis-female, then son
QUIZ--March 25--put four deductive arguments into structure and THEN create a logical analogy (using your own terms) to show true premises leading to a false conclusion. Based on the homework found in exercise 1.5 You need to do both steps. First structure, then analogy. This will be a timed quiz. You will be given a maximum of 40 minutes to work four problems.
4179--9:30-10:45--May 27, 10:00-12:00
4178--12:30-1:45--May 29, 12:00-2:00
3534--4:30-5:45--May 27, 4:00-6:00