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9 Cedar Quiz

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  • Q1
    What is inductive reasoning?
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    A type of salad
    A conclusion
    Moving from specific data to a general conclusion
    the same as deductive reasoning
  • Q2
    What is deductive reasoning?
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    Beginning with known truths to draw specific conclusions
    A head with 8 legs
    the same as inductive reasoning
  • Q3
    Based on this observation, why might it be wrong to conclude that all orange cats pounce on rodents?
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    Some orange cats might not be hunters
  • Q4
    Premise 1: Jim is a bachelor. Premise 2: All bachelors are single. Conclusion:
    Jim is single
  • Q5
    Finish the conclusion: Premise 1: Cigarettes are harmful to human health Premise 2: I am human Conclusion: Therefore, if I smoke….
    It will harm my health
    I will become a cigarette
    I will be OK
    I will die
  • Q6
    Why is logic important?
    It can help you to make decisions
    Because my teacher tells me it is important
  • Q7
    What is the main idea of an essay?
    What you are trying to convince the reader of
  • Q8
    Where should you state the main idea of an essay?
    On your hand
    In the body of the essay
    At the beginning and the end
  • Q9
    What is paraphrasing?
    Putting someone else's ideas in your own words
  • Q10
    Why is it important to paraphrase?
    It's not. Copying the original words is just as good
    It shows that you fully understand someone else's ideas
  • Q11
    Why do you think stating the main idea directly is so important?
    It is the author's responsibility to make sure that their argument is clear
    It's not. A reader should be able to figure out what I am trying to say
  • Q12
    What must an author do to support their main idea?
    Give at least three reasons
  • Q13
    What is the purpose of a topic sentence?
    A topic sentence is the general statement of the paragraph’s main idea.
    A topic sentence is usually the first or second sentence of a paragraph.
  • Q14
    How many reasons will a good essay have, at the least?
    At least three
  • Q15
    Where will the weakest reason usually be? The strongest?
    weakest-end; strongest-first
    weakest-first; strongest-middle
    weakest—middle; strongest—end

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