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Logic Reasoning 20

Principle Questions

QuestionAnswer
principle synonym proposition
principle synonm precept
definition broad rule or broaden scope of the question
Must Be True Principle use principle from stimulus and apply to answers, answer choices can address a scenario not specifically included in stimulus, if answer doesn't match principle then it is incorrect
Strengthen/Justify Principle each answer choice is a new, broad premise; answer has to support/prove the conclusion
Must Be True Principle stem example "Which one of the following judgments most closely conforms to the principle above?"
Strengthen Principle stem example "The information above most closely conforms to which one of the following principles?"
Justify Principle stem example "Which one of the following most accurately expresses the principle underlying the argumentation above?"
Created by: mrshelley