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Question 1 1. (R v X) > (A > B) 2. Q > ~C 3. ~C > Z 4. R . Y 5. Q v A /Z v B Question 2 1. ~(U v R) 2. (~R v N) > (P . H) 3. Q > ~H / ~Q question 3 1. ~(S v C) 2. ~(S . R) > (C v D) /D Question 3 answers Expanded Question 4 1. D > P /(I . D) > P Question 5 text 1. P v

Critical Thinking in Decision-making

Please help me with ideas so I can write the following: In APA format. 700-1,000 word paper in which you describe critical thinking. In your paper, provide an example from a work related experience that involved critical thinking,and the importance and benefits of critical thinking in the decision-making processes. Be sure to

Logics - 17 Rules of Inference

Can someone please help me with these? Use the 17 rules of inference to prove the following argument valid. question 1 1. (Z > X) . (X > ~Z) 2. Z v X 3. ~X / A . B question 2 1. B v (S . N) 2. B > ~S 3. S > ~N / B v W question 3 1. (Q . F) v R 2. (Q v R) > ~P 3. ~A / ~(A v P) question 4

Translate the following sentence into propositional form.

1. Translate the following sentence into propositional form. Use the letters suggested for affirmative statements. We'll go to the park if today is Saturday and it's not raining. (P. S, R) 2. Translate the following sentence into propositional form. Use the letters suggested for affirmative statements. Neither Alexander

Analyze Article - DUI

Identify any examples of bias presented by the author. If none exist, explain how you determined this. Identify any areas that are vague or ambiguous. If none exist, explain how you determined this. Identify and name any rhetorical devices used by the author. If none exist, explain how you determined this. Identify

Analyze Article - Drunk Parking

Identify any examples of bias presented by the author. If none exist, explain how you determined this. Identify any areas that are vague or ambiguous. If none exist, explain how you determined this. Do you find the source credible? Explain your reasoning. Identify and name any rhetorical devices used by the author

Analyze Article - Alcohol and Teens

Identify any examples of bias presented by the author. If none exist, explain how you determined this. Identify any areas that are vague or ambiguous. If none exist, explain how you determined this. Identify and name any rhetorical devices used by the author. If none exist, explain how you determined this. Identify and

Analyze Article - Teens and Alcohol Advertising.

Identify any examples of bias presented by the author. If none exist, explain how you determined this. Identify any areas that are vague or ambiguous. If none exist, explain Identify and name any rhetorical devices used by the author. Identify and name any fallacies used by the author. State one argument made by th

Use critical thinking skills to evaluate all sources of information

Define and explain the dual problems of grade inflation and academic integrity in online education; prepare in-text and reference methods for at least three sources. Consider how you would respond if one of your teammates on a group project submitted an assignment that was blatantly plagiarized. Do you believe your teammate's ac

Terri Schiavo's Parents

Resource: "Terri Schiavo's Parents" news clip View the CNN Pipeline news clip located on aXcess for Week Eight. Post your response to the following: State your stance on the Terri Schiavo case, and identify the moral value judgment that influenced you to choose your stance. An example of a stance is, "Terri Schiavo shou

Evaluating conclusions based on premises for 12 arguments.

Given the premises, discuss whether the conclusion of each argument that follows is (a) true beyond a reasonable doubt, (b) probably true, or (c) possibly true or possibly false. You should expect disagreement on these items, but the closer your answers are to your instructor's, the better. 1. The sign on the parking meter says

Identify any examples of fallacies

Identify any examples of fallacies in the following passages. Tell why you think these are fallacies, and identify which category they belong in, if they fit any category we've described. 1. Letter to the editor: "I would like to express my feelings on the recent conflict between county supervisor Blanche Wilder and Murdoc

Critical Thinking

Could you give me an example of how you use critical thinking in your profession? I need to come up with some examples from my profession, but I'm kind of stuck and would appreciate your feedback.

Symbolic Logic is applied.

Prove the following argument: It is false that both Arthur is not anxious and Billy is not boisterous If Xavier is difficult and Billy is boisterous then Penelope is a prude If Xavier is not difficult then Arthur is anxious Arthur is not anxious Therefore, it is false that if Xavier is difficult then Penelope is not a pr

Define Critical Thinking

In your own words, define critical thinking. To ensure that you are studying credible information, identify five criteria that should be considered as you browse research topics in the library. To know what information is available on a webpage, identify any five pieces of information that a web page can tell you.

"Argument of Evil"

4. One of the most troublesome arguments adduced by atheists against the belief in the existence of God is the so-called "argument of evil." Explain in detail what is entailed by this argument. Is it possible to find a solution to the difficulties apparently posed by this argument?

What is the fallacy and definition of the Hypothetical Syllogism

I am trying to learn and EASILY identify fallacy types... Deny the Consequent, Deny the Antecedent (invalid) etc. Here are a few examples along with my initial response, but it doesn't appear that I got them right (although I don't know what the correct answer would be). Your assistance is greatly appreciated. I thought

Ethics in the Workplace Case Study Action Plan- TAP Pharmacy

Determine all the facts: symptoms of problems and root problems in the case attached. AN UNETHICAL CULTURE IN NEED OF CHANGE: TAP PHARMACEUTICALS In 1995, Douglas Durand was offered the position of vice-president for sales at TAP Pharmaceuticals. TAP had been formed 25 years before by Takeda Chemical Industries of Japan a

How do assumptions relate to the process of critical thinking?

How do assumptions relate to the process of critical thinking? What are the essential components of a logical argument? What is the meaning of validity, truth, and soundness as they relate to the area of logical syllogisms? What are the two formal fallacies?

What determines if an argument is fallacious

What determines if an argument is fallacious? Why and how are fallacies used intentionally? Identify and describe some slippery slope arguments regarding controversial social issues. What issues might we tend to think about in black-and-white terms? Why? What's a hypothetical syllogism?