PT 29 - Section 4, Q. 21

jns66
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PT 29 - Section 4, Q. 21

Postby jns66 » Fri Aug 24, 2012 10:00 pm

The question asks you to find the flawed reasoning similar to that of the stimulus. However, the correct answer (c) seems logical to me which is why I did not choose it. I know this is a formal logic question, but I am confused... Any takers!? Thanks!

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Re: PT 29 - Section 4, Q. 21

Postby boblawlob » Sat Aug 25, 2012 4:14 am

jns66 wrote:The question asks you to find the flawed reasoning similar to that of the stimulus. However, the correct answer (c) seems logical to me which is why I did not choose it. I know this is a formal logic question, but I am confused... Any takers!? Thanks!

C is not logical because you cannot combine 2 "some" statements.

Some A are B
Some B are C

You cannot conclude that Some A are C.




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