recognizing argument patterns and adding implicit premises, conclusions or both

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read chapter 3part 1 and answer the exercise question 3.1: 1b, 1f, 1j; 2b, 2d, 2f, 2h, 2j, 2l, 2n, 2p, 2r, 2t; 3b, 3d.

Assignment: In Cederblom & Paulsen,

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Surname 1
Student’s name
Professor’s name
Institution
Date
Argument patterns
1b)
(1) Either/or I should buy the Hacker laptop:
(2) I shouldn’t buy the Netwizard desktop computer
∴ I should buy the hacker laptop
This is a partial reconstruction
1f)
1) If the Hacker laptop has only 128 Megs of RAM, then
2) If it can’t run webvideo software, then I should not buy it
3) If i buy it, then it will not run the webvideo
∴ I shouldn’t buy it
This is a full reconstruction.
1j)

Surname 2
1) Either I’ll spend my bonus on a new plasma high-definition TV or I’ll repair my car (but
not both)
2) if i do not repair my car, then I risk a serious accident
3) If I spend my bonus on New plasma , i will be risking myself on a serious accident
∴ I won’t spend my bonus on anew plasma high definition TV.
2b
1) I should either study or prepare to accept failure. I should study more.
2) If I don’t study hard , the i will accept failure
∴ I will study
A would represent prepare to study and B represent I should study more
If...

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