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In the west, Logic as a formal discipline was established by
Question 17 : Which of these claim about argument is false?
at least three proposition form an argument
not all statement are argument
report illustration, conditional statements are not argument
at least two statements are argument

Question 18 : Consider this propositions: "All birds have beaks. Some cat are birds. So some cats have beaks". Is this argument valid?
no, it is not valid
yes, it is valid
only the second premise is not valid
the second and thrid proposition are not valid

Question 19 : Which of these options is not correct?
any valid argument with at least one false premise is an unsound argument
all invalid arguments are unsound
if the premises are false, then the argument is not valid
any valid argument with all premises true is a sound argument
Question 6 : An argument is said to be valid if ____________
inference are based on premises
the conclusion follows from that premises
premise follows from the conclusion
inference and premises agrees
Question 13 : Argument is a proposition that is made up of ____
inference and conclusion
comand and conclusion
premise and conclusion
premise and inference
Question 10 : Which of the following is not true about argument?
an invalid argument is said to be unsound
if the premises of an argument contain false proposition it will be decleared unsound
for an argument to be sound, the premise and conclusion must be true proposition
an argument must be valid before deciding if is sound or unsound
Question 6 : The first two propositions in question above are called
indicator
inference
conclusion
premise
Question 19 : Which of these is not relevant in logic
inference
alucidation
conclusion
premise
Question 8 : The validity of an argument depends largely in the ______
truthfulness of the conclusion
falsity of the premises
how truth and falsity of the propositions
the link between the premises and the conclusion

Question 9 : Given that "All men are mortal. Adamu is a man. Therefore, Adamu is mortal. This argument can be described as_______
unsound argument
inductive argumet
Deductive argument
sound argument
Question 18 : The term logic is generated from the the Greek word "logos". Logos may mean all the following except_______
wisdom
sentence
reason
discourse
Question 14 : Which of the following may not be the reason for studying logic
logic teaches the rules which the mind must follow in order to arrive at truth and minimize error
it helps to formulate different type of argumnet
it equip te student with the skill for effective and forceful presentation
it enhances the student communication competency
Question 3 : Is the vice chancellor around? In logic, This can be best described as ______
statement
sentence
command
proposition
Question 1 : Logic as a discipline was studied in all the following civilization except _____
Greece
India
Malaysia
Persia
Question 3 : In the west, Logic as a formal discipline was established by _____
Aristole
Plato
Socrate
Nastrodemus

Question 4 : Critical thinking can be reffered to as ____
formal logic
informal logic
orthodox logic
official logic
Question 13 : Argument is a proposition that is made up of ____
inference and conclusion
comand and conclusion
premise and conclusion
premise and inference
Question 10 : Which of the following is not true about argument?
an invalid argument is said to be unsound
if the premises of an argument contain false proposition it will be decleared unsound
for an argument to be sound, the premise and conclusion must be true proposition
an argument must be valid before deciding if is sound or unsound
Question 13 : Which of these argument is based on probability
direct argument
indirect argument
deductive argument
inductive argument
Question 17 : Which of these claim about argument is false?
at least three proposition form an argument
not all statement are argument
report illustration, conditional statements are not argument
at least two statements are argument

Question 18 : Consider this propositions: "All birds have beaks. Some cat are birds. So some cats have beaks". Is this argument valid?
no, it is not valid
yes, it is valid
only the second premise is not valid
the second and thrid proposition are not valid

Question 19 : Which of these options is not correct?
any valid argument with at least one false premise is an unsound argument
all invalid arguments are unsound
if the premises are false, then the argument is not valid
any valid argument with all premises true is a sound argument
Question 6 : An argument is said to be valid if ____________
inference are based on premises
the conclusion follows from that premises
premise follows from the conclusion
inference and premises agrees
Question 8 : The validity of an argument depends largely in the ______
truthfulness of the conclusion
falsity of the premises
how truth and falsity of the propositions
the link between the premises and the conclusion

Question 9 : Given that "All men are mortal. Adamu is a man. Therefore, Adamu is mortal. This argument can be described as_______
unsound argument
inductive argumet
Deductive argument
sound argument
Question 3 : Is the vice chancellor around? In logic, This can be best described as ______
statement
sentence
command
proposition Question 6 : The first two propositions in question above are called
indicator
inference
conclusion
premise
Question 19 : Which of these is not relevant in logic
inference
alucidation
conclusion
premise