Mathematics Homework 1D Valid & Invalid Statements

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Conceptual Homework 1D 1. Create an example that illustrates each type of argument below: a) Inductive: b) Deductive: 2. Use Venn Diagrams to prove the validity of the arguments below. Be sure to label your variables and explain why the argument is valid or invalid. a) Premise: All birds have wings. Premise: A fly has wings. Conclusion: A fly is a bird. b) Premise: No freshman are math majors. Premise: Gwen isn’t a freshman. Conclusion: Gwen isn’t a math major. c) Premise: If it is Tuesday, then we have class. Premise: It is not Tuesday. Conclusion: We do not have class. 3. Given the following premises, write a conclusion that will create a valid argument Premise 1: If I study for my exam, then I will pass. Premise 2: If I pass, then I will graduate. Premise 3: If I graduate, then I will get my diploma. Conclusion: 4. Do you feel that Venn Diagrams help you better understand why an argument is valid or invalid? Explain your answer.
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Conceptual Homework 1D
1. Create an example that illustrates each type of argument below:
a) Inductive: march is more windy than December. The wind must be blowing more often during the
springs than winter

b) Deductive: the johns are having their third child. All of their kids are mentally disabled, so the
last born must also be mentally disabled .

2. Use Venn Diagrams to prove the validity of the arg...


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