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Consider this proposition "all birds have beaks,some cat are birds.so some cat have beaks".is this valid argument?
A) no,it is not valid
B) yes, it is valid
C)only the second premises is not valid
D)the second and thrid propositions are not valid
Which of these option is not correct?
A)any valid argument with at least one false premises is an unsound argument
B)all invalid argument are unsound
C)if the premises are false, then the argument is not valid
D)any valid argument with all premises true is a sound argument
Given that all men are mortal, Adamu is a man, therefore, Adamu is a mortal.
An argumen can be described as?

A)unsound argument
B)inductive argument
C)sound argument
D)deductive argument
An argument is a proposition that is made of up?
A)inference and conclusion
B)comand and conclusion
C)premises and conclusion
D)premises and inference
Which of these claims about argument are false?
A)at least three proposition forms an argument
B)not all statement are Argument
C)report illustration,conditional statement are not argument
D)at least two statement are argument
An argument said to be valid if?
A)inference are base on premises
B)the conclusion follows from that premises
C)premises follows from the conclusion
D)inference and premises agree
The validity of an argument defend largely on the?
A)truthfulness of the conclusion
B)falsity of the premises
C)how truth and falsity of the propositions
D)the link between the premises and the conclusion
One of the aim of the law of thought is?
A)to reduce tautology when some logicians are speaking?
B)to create a base for deductive argument
C)to set pattern for anyone who want think and speak correctly
D)to enable us to calculate well in logic and mathematics
If the conclusion of an argument seems to be proven simply because no body has contradicted it means?
A)the argument is powerful
B)it is the truth
C)the oratory influence
D)it appears to be ignorant
Which of the following is not true about about argument?
A)an invalid argument is said to be unsound
B)if the premises of an argument contain false proposition it will be declared unsound
C)for an argument to be sound,the premises and conclusion must be true proposition
D)an argument must be valid before Deciding if is
sound or unsound
Given that "all Nigerian are saint. all saint are angels therefore all Nigerian are angels" which of the following is not true?
A)the argument is unsound
B)the argument is not valid
C)both the two premises and conclusion are false preposition
D)the argument is invalid but unsound

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 20 : Which part of the conclusion in an argument automatically becomes the major term?
premise
subject
syllogism
predicate


Question 13 : Argument is a proposition that is made up of ____
inference and conclusion
comand and conclusion
premise and conclusion
premise and inference

Question 14 : ______ is the smallest unit of argumentation
conclusion
inference
premise
argument

Question 15 : ___________ can be desribed as an argument that contain three propositions, two of which are called the premises and one the conclusion
syllogism
subject
preidicate
fallacy

Question 16 : The argument that proceed from general proposition to particular proposition is called______
direct argument
deductive argument
inductive argumet
indirect argument
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 10 : An argument is said to be ____________ when the conclusion of that argument follows from the premises
fallacious
invalid
valid
unsound

Question 11 : Which of the following best complete this proposition? "All Camerounians are strong" Song is a Camerounian _____
strong is a Camerounian
because Camerounians are strong
in as much as Song is strong
therefore Song is storng

Question 12 : The term that occur in both premises but does not occur in conclusion is called ____________
middle term
predicate
major term
minor term
Question 5 : Consider this: "All men are monkies. All monkies are politicians. So all men are politicians" which of these options is not correct?
the argument is valid
although the second premise is not correct the argument is still valid
the argumnet is not valid
all the premises are not true

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 7 : From the above, _______________ is the minor term
footballer
therefore
Cameroonian
Etoo

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 1 : Which of the following statement is true about valid argument?
if the conclusion is true, the premise and inference must agree
if the conclusion and premise disagree, the inference must be true
if the premises are false, the conclusion must be true
if the premises are true, then the conclusion must be true

Question 2 : Which of the following terms is not part of syllogism?
middle term
major term
minor term
tangential term

Question 3 : Given that "All Cameroonians are footballers. Etoo is a Cmeroonian. Therefore, Etoo is a footballer" What is the major term?
footballer
therefore
Etoo
Cameroonian

Question 4 : The type of argument that proceed from particular to general is called___________
deductive argument
indirect argument
direct argument
inductive argument