# Devry PHIL447 quiz and final exam

Devry PHIL447 quiz and final exam  assistanceweek 2 quizQuestion 1.1.(TCOs 1 & 3) An argument is sound when (Points : 4) it is true beyond a reasonable doubt. there is enough support for the argument. the premise of an argument is doubtful. the premise of a valid argument is in fact true.Question 2.2.(TCOs 1 & 2) The word Since is a (Points : 4) conclusion indicator. premise indicator. probability indicator. deduction indicator.Question 3.3.(TCOs 1 & 2) The premises of good inductive arguments (Points : 4) are true beyond any possible doubt. are true beyond a reasonable doubt. support their conclusions. neither answers nor support their conclusions.Question 4.4.(TCOs 1 & 3) How would you rewrite the following claim to remedy problems of ambiguity?Do not assume that common sense by itself solves the problem. Volunteer help requested: Come prepared to lift heavy equipment with construction helmet and work overalls. (Points : 4) Volunteer help requested: Use heavy equipment to lift construction helmets and work overalls. Volunteer help requested: Lift heavy equipment with your construction helmet and work overalls. Volunteer help requested: Use a construction helmet and work overalls to lift heavy equipment. Volunteer help requested: Wear construction helmet and work overalls, and be prepared to lift heavy equipment.Question 5.5.(TCOs 1 & 3) A precising definition (Points : 4) takes on a special meaning in a given context. reduces vagueness or generality. can be used to persuade. tell us what the word ordinarily means.
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# Devry PHIL447 quiz and final exam

Devry PHIL447 quiz and final exam  assistanceweek 2 quizQuestion 1.1.(TCOs 1 & 3) An argument is sound when (Points : 4) it is true beyond a reasonable doubt. there is enough support for the argument. the premise of an argument is doubtful. the premise of a valid argument is in fact true.Question 2.2.(TCOs 1 & 2) The word Since is a (Points : 4) conclusion indicator. premise indicator. probability indicator. deduction indicator.Question 3.3.(TCOs 1 & 2) The premises of good inductive arguments (Points : 4) are true beyond any possible doubt. are true beyond a reasonable doubt. support their conclusions. neither answers nor support their conclusions.Question 4.4.(TCOs 1 & 3) How would you rewrite the following claim to remedy problems of ambiguity?Do not assume that common sense by itself solves the problem. Volunteer help requested: Come prepared to lift heavy equipment with construction helmet and work overalls. (Points : 4) Volunteer help requested: Use heavy equipment to lift construction helmets and work overalls. Volunteer help requested: Lift heavy equipment with your construction helmet and work overalls. Volunteer help requested: Use a construction helmet and work overalls to lift heavy equipment. Volunteer help requested: Wear construction helmet and work overalls, and be prepared to lift heavy equipment.Question 5.5.(TCOs 1 & 3) A precising definition (Points : 4) takes on a special meaning in a given context. reduces vagueness or generality. can be used to persuade. tell us what the word ordinarily means.
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