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ANS: B PTS: 2 23. Some heart attacks are not fatal occurrences, and no strokes are heart attacks. Thus, some strokes are not fatal occurrences. a. Deductive, sound. b. Inductive, strong. c. Deductive, invalid. d. Inductive, weak. e. Deductive, valid. ANS: C PTS: 2 24. Figure A is a right triangle, and two of its sides have a length of 1 foot. Therefore, it's area is 1/2 square foot. a. Inductive, strong. b. Deductive, invalid. c. Deductive, sound. d. Deductive, valid. e. Inductive, weak. ANS: D PTS: 2 25.

35. Which of the following are all premise indicators? a. Hence, thus, implies that. b. Accordingly, seeing that, inasmuch as. c. For, given that, because. d. As, consequently, because. e. For the reason that, in that, wherefore. ANS: C PTS: 2 36. Which of the following are all arguments? a. Reports, arguments from signs, arguments from authority. b. Causal inferences, explanations, warnings. c. Illustrations, conditional statements, pieces of advice. d. Syllogisms, predictions, generalizations.

E. Inductive, cogent. ANS: D PTS: 2 33. Either Woodrow Wilson or Theodore Roosevelt promoted the formation of the League of Nations. But it wasn't Wilson. Therefore, Theodore Roosevelt promoted the formation of the League of Nations. a. Deductive, uncogent. b. Inductive, weak. c. Deductive, invalid. d. Inductive, strong. e. Deductive, valid. ANS: E PTS: 2 34. Mitzi the cat is looking at its empty bowl and meowing. Mitzi must be hungry. a. Inductive, strong. b. Deductive, invalid. c. Deductive, valid.

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