PHI 103 PHI103 Week 3 QUIZ Answers (Spring 2016)

PHI 103 PHI103 Week 3 QUIZ Answers (Spring 2016)


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PHI 103 Week 3 QUIZ (Spring 2016)

  1. Which of the following is true about inductive reasoning versus deductive reasoning?
  2. This is another name for the factor that might trigger an event.
  3. “When I once visited Texas, it was hot. So the next time I visit Texas, it will be hot.” This is an example of a __________.
  4. Inductive arguments aim for this type of connection between their premises and conclusions.
  5. In the “What is a ‘Strong’ Argument?” video, what is the line at which we call an argument logically strong?
  6. What type of inductive reasoning is the following argument?
  7. Which of the following is true about combining deductive and inductive reasoning?
  8. Which of the following is the weakest example of causal reasoning?
  9. Just because there is a correlation between A and B __________.
  10. This philosopher claimed that science should focus on falsifiability rather than confirmation.
  11. Which of the following is necessary in order for an explanation to be adequate?
  12. Deductive arguments have this weakness when compared to inductive arguments.
  13. If the consequence of a prediction does occur then __________.
  14. Good explanations often can explain other phenomena. The name for this is __________.
  15. If A is a necessary condition for B, then which of the following is true?
  16. A claim is falsifiable if __________.
  17. Which of the following is true of the distinction between induction and deduction?
  18. The acceptable confidence level for an analysis or experiment __________.
  19. Consider the following argument.
                It rained today.
                It is going to rain tomorrow.
    Which of the following would make this argument stronger?
  20. What type of inductive argument is the following example?
    Every Eagles record I have heard has been great, so probably all of their albums are great.

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