Introduction to Logic
1. Given a valid argument with a false conclusion, what, if anything, does one know about the truth or falsity of its premises?
2. Given an invalid argument with a true conclusion, what, if anything, does one know about the truth or falsity of its premises?
3. Given a valid argument with all false premises, what if anything, does one know about the truth or falsity of its conclusion?
4. Given an invalid argument with all false premises, what if anything, does one know about the truth or falsity of its conclusion?
5. Given a valid argument with all true premises, what if anything, does one know about the truth or falsity of its conclusion?
6. Given an invalid argument with all true premises, what if anything, does one know about the truth or falsity of its conclusion?
7. Given a valid argument with all true premises, what if anything, does one know about the truth or falsity of its conclusion?
8. Given an invalid argument with a false conclusion, what, if anything, does one know about the truth or falsity of its premises?
9. Given a valid argument, what, if anything, does one know about the truth or falsity of its conclusion?
10. Given an invalid argument, what, if anything, does one know about the truth or falsity of its conclusion?
11. Given a valid argument with a true conclusion, what, if anything, does one know about the truth or falsity of its premises? |