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Logic Reasoning 10

Justify the Conclusion Questions

QuestionAnswer
stimulus contains argument
info in stimulus is suspect, reasoning errors present
answer choices are accepted as given, "new" info
conclusion is made ______ logical
answer choice must make conclusion 100% proven
answer choice will add info to premises that makes reasoning structure valid
premise + answer choice = conclusion
stem example "The conclusion above follows logically if which one of the following is assumed?"
stem example "Which one of the following, if assumed, would allow the conclusion to be properly drawn?"
stem example "Which one of the following, if true, enables the conclusion to be properly drawn?"
stem example "Which one of the following is an assumption that would serve to justify the conclusion above?"
any "new" element will be the correct answer
elements common to conclusion and at least one premise won't be the correct answer
elements in premises but not conclusion are usually the correct answer
link elements in premises and conclusions
Created by: mrshelley