1.2 Quiz Critical Thinking By Example


1. "[1] If you want to do well in this course you should come to every class. [2] Since you want to do well, [3] you should come to every class." Which of the following best describes the relationship between [1] and [2]?

a) [1] is offered in support of [2].
b) [2] is offered in support of [1].
c) [1] and [2] are linked.
d) None of the above.
2. "[1] If you want to do well in this course you should come to every class. [2] Since you want to do well, [3] you should come to every class." Which of the following best describes the relationship between [1] and [3]?

a) [1] is offered in support of [3].
b) [3] is offered in support of [1]
c) [1] and [3] are linked.
d) None of the above.
3. "[1] If you want to do well in this course you should come to every class. [2] Since you want to do well, [3] you should come to every class." Which of the following best describes the relationship between [2] and [3]?

a) [2] is offered in support of [3].
b) [3] is offered in support of [2].
c) [2] and [3] are linked.
d) None of the above.
4. "[1] If you want to do well in this course you should come to every class. [2] Since you want to do well, [3] you should come to every class." Which of the following best decribes this argument?

a) Simple
b) Linked
c) Convergent
d) Divergent
e) Serial
5. "[1] Since statistics show that people without healthcare insurance are more likely to die, [2] a vote for universal healthcare is a vote to save lives. [3] A vote against universal healthcare is a vote for death." Which of the following best describes the relationship between [1] and [2]?

a) [1] is offered in support of [2].
b) [2] is offered in support of [1].
c) [1] and [2] are linked.
d) None of the above.
6. "[1] Since statistics show that people without healthcare insurance are more likely to die, [2] a vote for universal healthcare is a vote to save lives. [3] A vote against universal healthcare is a vote for death." Which of the following best describes the relationship between [1] and [3]?

a) [1] is offered in support of [3].
b) [3] is offered in support of [1].
c) [1] and [3] are linked.
d) None of the above.
7. "[1] Since statistics show that people without healthcare insurance are more likely to die, [2] a vote for universal healthcare is a vote to save lives. [3] A vote against universal healthcare is a vote for death." Which of the following best describes the relationship between [2] and [3]?

a) [2] is offered in support of [3].
b) [3] is offered in support of [2].
c) [2] and [3] are linked.
d) None of the above.
8. "[1] We should have universal healthcare, [2] because universal healthcare will reduce bad health, [3] and bad health leads to suffering." Which best describes the relationship between [1] and [2]?

a) [1] is offered in support of [2].
b) [2] is offered in support of [1].
c) [1] and [2] are linked.
d) None of the above.
9. "[1] We should have universal healthcare, [2] because universal healthcare will reduce bad health, [3] and bad health leads to suffering." Which best describes the relationship between [2] and [3]?

a) [2] is offered in support of [3].
b) [3] is offered in support of [2].
c) [2] and [3] are linked.
d) None of the above.
10. "[1] We should have universal healthcare, [2] because universal healthcare will reduce bad health, [3] and bad health leads to suffering." Which pattern best describes this argument?

a) Simple
b) Convergent
c) Linked
d) Serial
e) Divergent
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