Quiz – Premise & Conclusion Identification 1 w/ Answers
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Quiz Instructions: Identify and bracket premises and conclusions for the following arguments.
When you reveal the answers, conclusions are in this color, premises are in this color.
People who are red/green color blind cannot distinguish between green and brown. Gerald cannot distinguish between green and brown. Therefore Gerald is red/green color blind.
If Max were guilty, he would not ask the police to investigate. Therefore, his asking the police to investigate shows that he is not guilty.
Train service suffers when a railroad combines. By dividing its attention between its freight and commuter customers, a railroad serves neither particularly well. Therefore, if railroad is going to be a successful business, then it must concentrate exclusively on one of these two markets.
Cars drive faster on long city blocks than on short city blocks. Long blocks are thus more dangerous for pedestrians than short blocks.
The store's competitors claim that the store, in selling off the shirts at those prices, neither made any profit nor broke even. Consequently, the store's customers must have been able to buy shirts there at less than the store's cost.
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