CRITICAL THINKING COURSE. PLEASE DO NOT BIT IF YOU ARE NOT FAMILIAR WITH A CRITICAL THINKING COURSE.
Using the formal analysis, identify the premises, conclusion, and issue of each argument, including any claims that are implied by non-claims.
Question # 1. Pay attention. If you don’t, you might miss something important.
Answer # 1.
Question #2. The car needs a safety inspection. Aren’t you planning a long trip this summer?
Question #3. The best man for the job is woman. Vote council woman Hagen for mayor.
Question #4. The animal shelter needs to be modernized. How can we treat our animals humanly with outmoded facilities?
Question #5. Vitality and poise. Power and elegance. The new Alturus just may be the best mid-sized sedan on the market.
Question #6. The university is sending a mixed message to the community. Aren’t we trying encourage all students to apply at the same time as we are limiting enrollment?
Question #7. Help us! You’re the only one we know who can understand the tax code language.
Question #8. Study harder! Don’t you want to pass?
Question #9. Which program should you chose? The one that will make you happiest over the long haul. This is because no amount of money can make up for a boring, unsatisfying career.
Question #10. The only people who can be hypnotized are those are easily persuadable, and you aren’t persuadable at all. You know what follows from that, don’t you?