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Argument and its features 205

Consider the following argument: “Every time I leave my window open at night, I wake up coughing, but when I leave my window closed, I don’t. 66 more words

Argument and its features 204

Consider the following argument: “The robbery was committed either by someone she knew or by a stranger. But we have ruled out all her acquaintances. So it was a stranger.” Which of the following is true of this argument? 39 more words

Argument and its features 203

Consider the following argument: “When considering students at UBC and SFU, we discover that 22% of SFU students support environmental causes, while 17% of UBC students do so. 64 more words

Argument and its features 201

Consider the following argument: “In every war, it has been valuable for soldiers to carry firearms. So laws that prohibit gun ownership by ordinary citizens are clearly unjust.” Which of the following is true of this argument? 45 more words

Probability 33

Suppose you have two well-shuffled decks of 52 cards. You draw one card from the first deck. Then you draw one card from the second deck. 16 more words

Probability 32

Suppose you know that on an average day in Vancouver, the probability that it will rain is 0.60. But suppose you also know that on a day that the sun sets before 6:00 p.m., the probability that it will rain in Vancouver is 0.77. 48 more words

Argument and its features 195

A representative sample is a sample in which:

  1. Every member of the target population is a member of the sample population
  2. No member of the target population is a member of the sample population…
  3. 44 more words