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Philosophy
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PHI1101
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NAMESTUDENT NUMBERPHI 1101 REASONING AND CRITICAL THINKINGProfessor Dr Mark Raymond BrownstMarch 1 2013Second Test 60 marks worth 15 of final markClosed BookI For each of the following on the line provided write what is implicitpremise or conclusionand then write what the implicit premise or conclusion is Each is worth two marks1 Computer software is written by humans and humans make mistakesImplicit conclusionComputer software makes mistakes2 Tom is a very successful salesperson so he must be an outgoing personImplicit premiseVery successful salespeople are outgoing persons1II Present the following arguments in standard form and provide a diagram for each You may want to keep in mind that you may have to reformulate some claims that explanations may occur and that noise or redundancies may arise in some arguments The value of each question is noted in parentheses1 You are obviously suffering from the Wyoming Gollywobbles virus you have green and orange spots on your elbows and knees and only the Wyoming Gollywobbles virus can cause green and orange spots on the knees and elbows 3Standard Form1 You have green and orange spots on your elbows and knees2 Only the Wyoming Gollywobbles virus can cause green and orange spots on the knees and elbows3 You are obviously suffering from the Wyoming Gollywobbles virusDiagram123 2
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