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analyzing agruments quizs https://prezi.com/a4npo1g4yw55/analyzing-arguments… this is the powerpoint link so u can study and prepare as the quiz answer gives me the results right away I also am including the worksheet with the answers included so you get the general ideal , here is the quiz Determine whether the passage below is an argument or explanation:“The turkey vulture is called by that name because its red featherless head resembles the head of a wild turkey.”Select one:a. argumentb. explanationQuestion 2Not yet answeredPoints out of 0.25Flag questionQuestion textDetermine whether the passage below is an argument or explanation:“The reason she killed him is because she loved him.”Select one:a. argumentb. explanationQuestion 3Not yet answeredPoints out of 0.25Flag questionQuestion textDetermine whether the passage below is an argument or explanation:“A mammal is a vertebrate animal that nurses its offspring. Thus, cats and dogs are mammals, as are sheep, monkeys, rabbits, and bears.”Select one:a. argumentb. explanationQuestion 4Not yet answeredPoints out of 0.25Flag questionQuestion textDetermine whether the passage below is an argument or explanation:“We hired another member for the night shift because the crew that is on cannot keep up with the workload.”Select one:a. argumentb. explanationQuestion 5Not yet answeredPoints out of 0.25Flag questionQuestion textDetermine whether the passage below is an argument or explanation:“I bought a hybrid car because it gets good gas mileage.”Select one:a. argumentb. explanationQuestion 6Not yet answeredPoints out of 0.25Flag questionQuestion textDetermine whether the passage below is an argument or explanation:“Those photos faded because they were printed on a computer.”Select one:a. argumentb. explanationQuestion 7Not yet answeredPoints out of 0.25Flag questionQuestion textDetermine whether the passage below is an argument or explanation:“The academic success of a student is due to the teacher’s efforts, not those of the administrators. Hence, teachers should be compensated at the same rate as administrators.”Select one:a. argumentb. explanationQuestion 8Not yet answeredPoints out of 0.25Flag questionQuestion textDetermine whether the passage below is an argument or explanation:“Because the dog was abused, he bites, he’s destructive, and he has anti-social behaviors.”Select one:a. argumentb. explanationQuestion 9Not yet answeredPoints out of 0.25Flag questionQuestion textDetermine whether the passage below is an argument or explanation:“If stem-cell research is restricted, then future cures will not materialize. If future cures do not materialize, then people will die prematurely. Therefore, if stem-cell research is restricted, then people will die prematurely.”Select one:a. argumentb. explanationQuestion 10Not yet answeredPoints out of 0.25Flag questionQuestion textDetermine whether the passage below is an argument or explanation:“Everyone hates me because I’m so universally liked. –Peter de Vries”Select one:a. argumentb. explanationQuestion 11Not yet answeredPoints out of 0.25Flag questionQuestion textDetermine whether the following argument is best interpreted as being deductive or inductive:“Because a triangle A is congruent with triangle B, and triangle A is isosceles, it follows that triangle B is isosceles.”Select one:a. deductiveb. inductiveQuestion 12Not yet answeredPoints out of 0.25Flag questionQuestion textDetermine whether the following argument is best interpreted as being deductive or inductive:“No email messages are eloquent creations. Some love letters are eloquent creations. Therefore, some love letters are not email messages.”Select one:a. deductiveb. inductiveQuestion 13Not yet answeredPoints out of 0.25Flag questionQuestion textDetermine whether the following argument is best interpreted as being deductive or inductive:“Paying off terrorists in exchange for hostages is not a wise policy, since such action will only lead them to take more hostages in the future.”Select one:a. deductiveb. inductiveQuestion 14Not yet answeredPoints out of 0.25Flag questionQuestion textDetermine whether the following argument is best interpreted as being deductive or inductive:“World-renowned physicist Stephen Hawking says that the condition of the universe at the instant of the Big Bang was more highly ordered than it is today. In view of Hawking’s stature in the scientific community, we should conclude that this description of the universe is correct.”Select one:a. deductiveb. inductiveQuestion 15Not yet answeredPoints out of 0.25Flag questionQuestion textDetermine whether the following argument is best interpreted as being deductive or inductive. If the argument is deductive, determine if it is valid or invalid.“Either classical culture originated in Greece, or it originated Egypt. Classical culture did not originate in Egypt. Therefore, classical culture originated in Greece.”Select one:a. deductive; validb. deductive; invalidc. inductiveQuestion 16Not yet answeredPoints out of 0.25Flag questionQuestion textDetermine whether the following argument is best interpreted as being deductive or inductive. If the argument is deductive, determine if it is valid or invalid.“If a person lives in Benicia, then they live in California. Bob lives in Benicia. So, it must follow that Bob lives in California.”Select one:a. deductive; validb. deductive; invalidc. inductiveQuestion 17Not yet answeredPoints out of 0.25Flag questionQuestion textThe actual strength of the link between premises and a conclusion may allow one to determine whether an argument is inductive or deductive.Select one:TrueFalseQuestion 18Not yet answeredPoints out of 0.25Flag questionQuestion textIf an argument contains the phrase “it must follow,” then we know that the argument is deductive.Select one:TrueFalseQuestion 19Not yet answeredPoints out of 0.25Flag questionQuestion textAn argument that draws a conclusion about a thing based on that thing’s similarity to something else is a deductive argument.Select one:TrueFalseQuestion 20Not yet answeredPoints out of 0.25Flag questionQuestion textAn argument that predicts what will happen in the future, based on what has happened in the past, is an inductive argument.Select one:TrueFalse

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