#### Q1. In a deductive argument, the conclusion is typically drawn from

- Specific evidence
- General principles
- Personal opinions
- All of the above

#### Q2. In a deductive argument, the premises are meant to

- Prove the conclusion
- Provide context for the conclusion
- Raise questions about the conclusion
- None of the above

#### Q3. A valid deductive argument is one in which

- The conclusion necessarily follows from the premises
- The premises are more likely to be true than the conclusion
- The conclusion is supported by the premises
- None of the above

#### Q4. A sound deductive argument is one in which

- The conclusion necessarily follows from the premises
- The premises are true
- The conclusion is supported by the premises
- All of the above

#### Q5. In a deductive argument, if the premises are true and the argument is valid, then

- The conclusion must be true
- The conclusion may or may not be true
- The conclusion is likely to be true
- None of the above

#### Q6. In a deductive argument, the conclusion is considered

- Stronger than the premises
- Weaker than the premises
- Equally strong as the premises
- None of the above

#### Q7. A deductive argument is considered invalid if

- The conclusion does not necessarily follow from the premises
- The premises are false
- The conclusion is unsupported by the premises
- All of the above

#### Q8. A common structure for a deductive argument is

- Premise, premise, conclusion
- Conclusion, premise, premise
- Premise, conclusion, premise
- None of the above

#### Q9. A deductive argument is considered sound if

- The conclusion necessarily follows from the premises
- The premises are true
- The conclusion is supported by the premises
- All of the above

#### Q10. In a deductive argument, the conclusion is considered

- More probable than the premises
- Less probable than the premises
- Equally probable as the premises
- None of the above

#### Answers

Q1. In a deductive argument, the conclusion is typically drawn from b. General principles.

Q2. In a deductive argument, the premises are meant to a. Prove the conclusion.

Q3. A valid deductive argument is one in which a. The conclusion necessarily follows from the
premises.

Q4. A sound deductive argument is one in which d. All of the above (The conclusion necessarily
follows from the premises,
the premises are true, and the conclusion is supported by the premises)

Q5. In a deductive argument, if the premises are true and the argument is valid, then a. The
conclusion must be true.

Q6. In a deductive argument, the conclusion is considered a. Stronger than the premises.

Q7. A deductive argument is considered invalid if a. The conclusion does not necessarily follow from
the premises.

Q8. A common structure for a deductive argument is a. Premise, premise, conclusion.

Q9. A deductive argument is considered sound if d. All of the above (The conclusion necessarily
follows from the premises,
the premises are true, and the conclusion is supported by the premises)

Q10. In a deductive argument, the conclusion is considered c. Equally probable as the premises.