# Multiple Choice Questions English

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Multiple Choice Questions: Choose the best answer. 1. Arguments that try to prove their conclusions with rigorous, inescapable logic are __________. a. logically reliable

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Multiple Choice Questions Choose The BestMultiple Choice Questions: Choose the best answer.1. Arguments that try to prove their conclusions with rigorous, inescapable logic are __________. a. logically reliableb. inductivec. abductived. deductive2. An argument in which the conclusion is claimed to follow probably from the premises is __________. a. implicativeb. inductivec. deductived. none of the above3. Which of the following is not a common induction indicator word or phrase? a. it logically follows thatb. likelyc. chances are thatd. none of the above4. If the conclusion of an argument follows with strict logical necessity from its premises, then the argument should be regarded as __________. a. inductiveb. deductivec. both a and bd. neither a nor b5. Which of the following is not a common pattern of deductive reasoning? a. statistical argumentb. categorical syllogismc. argument from eliminationd. argument by definition6. Denying the antecedent arguments have the following pattern: a. If A then B; if B then C; so, if A then C.b. If A then B; not A; so, not B.c. If A then B; not B; so, not A.d. If not A, then not B; not A; so, not B.7. The a

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