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Logic Reasoning 15

Parallel Reasoning Questions

correct answer includes reasoning most similar in structure to the reasoning in the stimulus
if no mention of flawed reasoning in question stem then reasoning is valid
elements to be paralleled 1) method of reasoning; 2) validity of argument; 3) conclusion; 4) premises
steps to solve 1) match method of reasoning; 2) match conclusion; 3) match premises; 4) match validity of argument
what to do if all else fails describe stimulus in abstract terms
stem example "Which one of the following is most closely parallel in its reasoning to the reasoning in the argument above?"
stem example "Which one of the following exhibits a pattern of reasoning most similar to that exhibited by the argument above?"
stem example "Which one of the following arguments is most similar in its pattern of reasoning to the argument above?"
Created by: mrshelley