# Preliminary Examination in Logic and Critical Thinking

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40 questions
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• Q1

According to Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (1987), intuitive  as a thinking style is ___.

perceived the world overall and looks for meaning

perceived the world overall and looks for meaning

uses subjective data and seeks fair decisions

thinks inside and draws energy from being quiet

60s
• Q2

The sides of this right triangle are 1 meter long, so its hypotenuse is the square root of 2 meters long.

Neither of these

Yes, this is an argument.

No, this is not an argument.

60s
• Q3

Arguments are verbal fights.

Either true or false

False

True

60s
• Q4

Reptiles include turtles, alligators, crocodiles, snakes, lizards, and the tuatara.

No, this is not an argument.

Neither of these

Yes, this is an argument.

60s
• Q5

Every argument is intended to establish a conclusion that the audience did not believe before.

True

False

Either true or false

60s
• Q6

All arguments are not made up of (or expressed in) language.

True

Either true or false

False

60s
• Q7

Edsa Revolution II occurred because Edsa Revolution I occurred.

No, this is not an argument.

Yes, this is an argument.

Neither of these

60s
• Q8

Edsa Revolution II occurred after Edsa Revolution.

Neither of these

No, this is not an argument.

Yes, this is an argument.

60s
• Q9

Every argument succeeds in giving good reasons for its conclusion.

Either true or false

True

False

60s
• Q10

Every argument includes a conclusion.

True

False

Either true or false

60s
• Q11

We need to understand the purpose of an artifact in order to understand that artifact.

True

False

Either true or false

60s
• Q12

We do not need to understand the purpose of an artifact in order to understand that artifact.

True

Either true or false

False

60s
• Q13

Whether you succeed in persuading someone depends on what effect your argument has on that person.

True

False

Either true or false

60s
• Q14

Whether you succeed in justifying a conclusion depends on what effect your argument has on the audience.

True

False

Either true or false

60s
• Q15

Whenever you are trying to justify a conclusion, you are trying to persuade someone.

True

False

Either true or false

60s

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