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Q: Select inductive reasoning, deductive reasoning, or neither. The ceiling and wall of a room meet in a line segment. Inductive reasoning Deductive reasoning neither Question #3TrueFalse Score:
If p?q is true and p is true, then we know q is true. TrueFalse Question #4MultipleChoice Score: Select inductive reasoning, deductive reasoning, or neither. You watch an ant taste a liquid and die. Several more ants sample the liquid and they die. You conclude the liquid is an ant poison. Inductive reasoningDeductive reasoningneither Question #5MultipleChoice Score: Consider this equation: 2x + 2 = 11 - x Now consider the equation written as: 3x + 2 = 11 Which of the following is the correct property of equality that justifies rewriting the equation? additionsubtractiondivision Question #6MultipleChoice Score: p?q is false and p is true. q is _____. truefalse Question #7MultipleChoice Score: Select inductive reasoning, deductive reasoning, or neither. If Mary is older than Bill and Bill is older than Frank, then Mary is older than Frank. Inductive reasoningDeductive reasoningneither Question #8MultipleChoice Score: You ________ always prove a conclusion by inductive reasoning. cancannotmustshouldnone of the above Question #9MultipleChoice Score: Select inductive reasoning, deductive reasoning, or neither. A courtroom spectator merely looks at the defendant and says, "He's guilty, I tell you." Inductive reasoningDeductive reasoningneither Question #10MultipleChoice Score: Which of the following statements is the contrapositive of the given statement? If dogs have fleas, they scratch all night. If they scratch all night, then dogs have fleas.If they don't scratch all night, then dogs don't have fleas.If dogs don't have fleas, then they don't scratch all night. Question #11TrueFalse Score: If p is a true statement and q is false, then p q is true. TrueFalse Question #12MultipleChoice Score: Reaching a conclusion by looking at several examples is called _______ reasoning. inductive reasoningdeductive reasoningexamination Question #13MultipleChoice Score: p q is true, and p is true. q is _____. truefalse Question #14MultipleChoice Score: Where m and n are statements m n is called the _____ of m and n. disjunctionnegationconjunction Question #15MultipleChoice Score: What conclusion can be based on the given statement? x is a number such that 7x = 7y x = yx = 1y = 1 Question #16MultipleChoice Score: What conclusion can be based on the given statement? y is a number such that 6y = 12 y=1/2y=2y=72 Question #17MultipleChoice Score: Select inductive reasoning, deductive reasoning, or neither. If 5x + 7 = 12, then x = 1. Inductive reasoningDeductive reasoningneither Question #18MultipleChoice Score: What conclusion can be based on the given statement? q is a whole number between 42.3 and 43.1 q = 42.1q = 43.0q = 43.4
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