Quiz on Writing Analytically: Thinking Logically

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Writing Analytically, 7th edition. Author: David Rossenwasser. Publisher: Cengage Learning.you get need to get this book This quiz is primarily based on Writing Analytically, Chapter 4, pages 89-117.answer these 10 questions below :

Question 1 1pt
An unsubstantiated claim is one that lacks supporting [ ].

Question 2 1 pts
A syllogism can be valid, but it may also be untrue
True
False

Question 3 1 pts
Recognizing, uncovering and testing the accuracy of an unstated [ ] is critical to evaluating any claim.

Question 4 1 pts
Steven Toulmin, an expert on logic and argumentation, called the principle or reason used to connect the evidence and the claim a [ ].

Question 5 1 pts
Differing with the syllogism, Toulmin says that in a good argument the premise must be true and evidence must back it up.
True
False
Question 6 1 pts
In the past, the language of argument was often drawn from warfare, and the point was to gain a strategic advantage. However, modern rhetoricians believe the primary purpose of argument should not be to defeat the opponent.
True
False

Question 7 1 pts
Reasoning from particulars (details, examples, facts, statistics) to a general claim is called [ ].

Question 8 1 pts
In Writing Analytically 1 on 10 is a term used to illustrated the deductive process. A term used to illustrate the inductive process is [ ].

Question 9 1 pts
Match the word or phrase with its pair.
pan

track

zoom

constellate

So what?

qualifying a claim

Question 10 1 pts
As part of your writing, you must show that your evidence relates to the issue you are discussing. In doing so, you are showing [ ].

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